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Exposition means to show and reveal the characters setting. Ms.Doyle decided to go for a run at 4:30 am in Weymouth. It had been single digit degree outside for sometime but on this day it was 14 degrees. She was excited to finally get out of the gym and run outside.
Inciting incident means the protagonist is being forced into action; introducing the main conflict. Ms.Doyle is running down a road. There is no black ice or puddles. But the day happened to be trash day so everyones trash barrels were on the sidewalks.
Rising action means the point leading to the climax. Cars passing on the road started becoming more frequent, so she was forced to continuously keep switching running from the road to the sidewalk.
Climax means its the turning point for the character. Ms.Doyle tripped over a trash barrel. There were cuts on her face, broken teeth and a hurt leg. She didn't have a phone with her and is hurt so she lays there in shock.
Falling action are the results of the climax. She manages to get herself across the street to a donut shop to seek some help. She borrows a phone and calls home.
Resolution is when there are no problems left. She gets picked up by her family safely and soon gets brought to a hospital. After her visit to the ER she was put on bed rest for 6 weeks to heal her leg
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