Every story has these three storytelling elements. What are they?

(A) Characters, conflict, and resolution

(B) Conflict, idea, and resolution

(C) Characters, conflict, and interest

(D) Conflict, spark, and conclusion


Every story has three storytelling elements which are the Characters, Conflict, and Resolution. The characters are the persons on whom the story is revolving. The conflict is the argument or disagreement between the two important characters or groups of characters on something or someone. Finally, the resolution is the part where the conflict is solved and this marks the end of the story.

Example – Imagine a story where two boys fall in love with a girl. The characters are the two boys and the girl. The conflict is the part where the two boys get in a fight to decide who gets the girl. The resolution is the part where one of the boys wins the fight and gets the girl.


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