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5 Matching Questions

  1. External rhyme
  2. End rhyme
  3. Euphony
  4. Assonance
  5. Apostrophe
  1. a pleasant, harmonious sounds
  2. b a technique by which a writer addresses an inanimate object, an idea, or an imaginary or absent person
  3. c rhyme that occurs at the end of two or more lines of poetry
  4. d Repetition of vowel sounds within two or more words in close proximity
  5. e rhyming the last word of each line

5 Multiple Choice Questions

  1. the repetition of initial consonant sounds in successive or neighboring words
  2. a break or pause in a line of poetry
  3. a harsh and disagreeable combination; disharmonious sound; discord
  4. Latin for "in the middle of things"; beginning in the middle of the action
  5. a group of lines (usually 4 or more) in a poem that form a single unit

5 True/False Questions

  1. Enjambmenta purposeful run-on line of poetry; lines of poetry that connect without any pause or break


  2. Odea mournful poem lamenting someone who is dead (elegaic)


  3. Conceitan elaborate poem praising and glorifing a person, place or thing


  4. Quatrainthe shift or point of dramatic change in a poem


  5. End-stopped linerhyme that occurs at the end of two or more lines of poetry


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