5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Diction web
- syntax, micro level`
- a Simply a story. A series of events in chronological order, sometimes with characters. A narrative can be fiction or non fiction and can either be long or short.
- b A word or phrase appropriate to conversation and other informal situations
- c the minor elemnts of the sentence
- d A connotation web except with at least three word in the middle.
- e The point in the plot especially of a tragedy at which the protagonist recognizes his or her or some other character's true identity or discovers the true nature of his or her own situation
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- a poem with 14 lines
- A word or phrase used to complete a grammatical construction. The complements can be direct object, indirect object, PN and PA
- Two feet per line in poetry
- what the author is trying to say about his place/time
- a long speech spoken to no one (Hamlet)
5 True/False Questions
structure → the way that the parts of a piece of literature are ordered, the order that are put in; the place where you divide the poem (a personal opinion)
A posteriori → A noun or a pronoun that comes after another noun or pronoun and identifies or explains the first noun or pronoun
semicolon → one of the three connectors for compound sentences
Denoument → Part of a sentence that has its own subject and verb.
limn → described or represented in a lifelike manner; trace the shape of ; make a portraitmy of