← English Final Exam Test
5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Rising action
- a A direct comparison between two unlike things using "like" or "as". This may be done by some other less overt comparative means, also.
- b The events in a drama that lead up to the turning point, when the fate of the main character becomes clear. Example: The ending....
- c When something that is not human is given humsn characteristics or feelings. Example: The flower was as pink as lipstik.
- d The comparison of two dissimilar things, oftentimes things, oftentimes by expressing that one thing is actually the other. Comparing without using like or as. Example: Her eyes were a meadow grass green.
- e The repetition of constant sounds in a line or grouping of words. For example: peter piper picked a peck of pickled peppers.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- The general mood or feeling established in a work of literature. Example: Mood or Feeling
- A main idea expressed in a literary work; a universal message a work may provide about some aspect of life. Example: Loyatly, Bravery, ETC..
- A sanza of four lines & rhymed or unrhymed. Example: Same as a couplet but four lines in stead or two.
- A pair of successive rhymed kines of poetry. Example: Two lines of ryming poetry.
- The one who tells the story.
First Person: told by someone in the story.
Third person: Told by someone not in the story.
5 True/False Questions
Falling Action → The action that follows the turning point. Example: this will ALWAYS follow the turning point
Assonance → The Attitude a writer conveys about some aspect of his subject or work, identified through word choice. Example: attitude and sympathetity
Figuratice Language → Poetry that dosen't have a fixed line length, Stanza form, Rhyme scheme, or meter. Example: Random Poetry.
Imagery → Words or phrases that use description to create vivid pictures in the reader's mind. Example: Who, What, When, Where, & Why.
Hyperbole → An object that represents itself & some greater reality than itself.