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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. symbolism
  2. situational irony
  3. trope
  4. metaphor
  5. foreshadowing
  1. a using a literal object to represent an abstract idea; a type of trope
  2. b a comparison of two seemingly unlike objects for the purpose of creating interest in imaginative writing;a type of trope
  3. c hints or clues that prepare the reader for future events
  4. d words that MEAN more than what they say directly; one of the two main figures of speech
  5. e one event is expected to occur, but something entirely different actually occurs

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. a word or a phrase is repeated twice in a row; it's at the end of one sentence or clause and then again at the beginning of the next sentence or clause; a type of scheme
  2. a comparison of two seemingly unlike objects using the words LIKE or AS; a type of trope
  3. literary prose based on imagination and not necessarily on fact
  4. writing that intends to inform, explain, argue; nonfiction
  5. style of writing that brings regional literature alive by detailing dialect, dress, mannerism, customs, character types, and landscapes of a particular area of the country

5 True/False questions

  1. dramatic ironythe character or author says one thing, but means something else

          

  2. anastrophewords that MEAN more than what they say directly; one of the two main figures of speech

          

  3. alliterationdescription of actions in a story

          

  4. understatementgiving less credit than something is worth; opposite of hyperbole; a type of trope

          

  5. onomatopoeiaa word or a phrase is repeated twice in a row; it's at the end of one sentence or clause and then again at the beginning of the next sentence or clause; a type of scheme

          

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