5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- heroic couplet
- rhymed verse
- a Verse with end rhyme and usually a regular meter.
- b type of foot. / u
- c five-line nonsense poem with an anapestic meter. usually a-a-b-b-a.
- d consists of two successive rhyming verses that contain a complete thought within the two lines.
- e is the repetition of consonant sounds within a line of verse. ex: but such a tide as moving seems asleep
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- three-line stanza form with an interlaced or interwoven rhyme scheme: a-b-a, b-c-b, c-d-c, etc.
- a short and often personal story used to emphasize a point
- type of foot. u u /
- type of foot. / u u
- five tercets and a quatrain in which the first and third lines of the opening tercet recur alternately at the end of the other tercets and together as the last two lines of the quatrain.
5 True/False Questions
sonnet → fourteen-line stanza form consisting of iambic pentameter lines.
rhyme scheme → Verse with end rhyme and usually a regular meter.
iamb → type of foot. u /
spenserian stanza → nine-line stanza consisting of eight iambic pentameter lines follored by an alexandrine, a line of iambic hexameter. the rhyme scheme is a-b-a-b-b-c-b-c-c.
triple rhyme → occurs when the last three syllables of a word or line rhyme. ex: victorious and glorious, battering and shattering