Hello, my name is Silhouette, and my friend here asked me to help you to better understand how you can take that dreaded test better.
As we leave Earth, I'll begin the lesson with vocabulary. Connotation is not the literal meaning of the word, but the feeling of the word, positive or not. Like when you say big, it is a neutral word. Muscular has a more positive connotation, and fat has a negative connotation.
As we reach the moon, let me tell you about a little trick called context clues. If you don't know a word, use the words around it to make any sense of the word you are trying to decode. Of course when you're trying to answer, look at the question a little more closely.
We have landed on moon base Alpha, where the ports to all destinations are right here at this central station. We might as well move on to the test taking tip of similes. A simile is a part of speech where you use the word like or as to describe one thing to another.
I have taken a galactic subway to a moon of Neptune. Here we will discuss how to mark out answers. Pick out the obvious choices that you know are wrong. The ones that are not of the same part of speech, kick them out.
And now, just for the fun of it, we will now watch the end of the solar system.