5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- a figure of speech in which one thing is spoken or written about as if it were another.
- b describing something not human as if it were human.
- c more than one use of a sound, word, or phrase.
- d a language that creates a concrete representation of an object or an experience.
- e the pattern of beats in a line of poetry or prose.
5 Multiple choice questions
- words and phrases that describe how things look, sound, smell, taste and feel.
- the repetition of consonant sounds at the beginnings of syllables (Peter Piper picked a peck of pickled pepper)
- language meant to be understood imaginatively instead of literally.
- repetition of vowel sounds in stressed syllables that end in different consonant sounds (Lime,Light.)
- a new word crated by joining together two old ones.
5 True/False questions
symbol → a thing that stands for or represents both itself and something else.
Onomatopoeia → one with a shape that suggests its subject.
sound → a new word crated by joining together two old ones.
rhyme → repetition of sounds at the ends of words (locks, box, and socks.)
imagery → Poets use colorful, vivid language and figures of speech to create _____.