5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Blank verse
- Dramatic monologue
- Figurative language
- a The alternation of stressed and unstressed syllables.
- b Language that should not be taken literally or in its exact meaning, but which refers to another idea.
- c A narrative poem in which a single speaker is saying something to a silent audience.
- d Unrhymed poetry in iambic pentameter.
- e The repetition of beginning consonant sounds.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- A situation in which more than one meaning or interpretation is possible or expected.
- Two consecutive lines of poetry that rhyme.
- Helps us "taste" what is being described.
- Occurs when a character on stage speaks lines which have another meaning to the audience, unknown to the character on stage.
- The author's choice of words.
5 True/False Questions
Pun → A play on words that have similar sounds but different meanings.
Colloquial → Reference to a person, place, or event which the reader already knows.
Free verse → Unrhymed poetry in iambic pentameter.
Abstract → An idea, concept, belief that does not have an actual existence.
Refrain → A short poem with one speaker who expresses personal thoughts and feeling.