5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Dramatic irony
- a An indirect or casual reference to something or someone, usually someone historical or a literary reference.
- b Irony that occurs because the audience knows a situation more fully than the characters in the play or performance.
- c A 14 line poem written in iambic pentameter, usually made up of 3 stanzas of 4 lines and ending with a rhyming couplet.
- d The Youngest Daughter and a Suck-Up
- e Where and when a story takes place.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- Father (Socially Shallow)
- A literary device used to make the audience uncertain or tense about the outcome of the events.
- A playwright's descriptive or interpretive comments that provide readers (and actors) with information about the dialogue, setting, and action of a play.
- 5 iambs in one line (10 syllables)
- A literary device where the author uses hints or clues to foreshadow what will happen later in the story.
5 True/False Questions
Comedy → Dramatic performance which ends happily for all characters.
Hortensio (aka Licio) → Bianca's suitor, A young man, Disguises himself as Licio, a teacher
Metaphor → A figure of speech where a comparison is made between two unlike things.
Lucentio (aka Cambio) → Bianca's suitor, A young man, Disguises himself as Licio, a teacher
Drama → pair of syllables; first unstressed, second stressed