NAME: ________________________

Question Types


Start With


Question Limit

of 578 available terms

Upgrade to
remove ads

5 Written Questions

5 Matching Questions

  1. homily
  2. tone
  3. epic
  4. paradox
  5. antithesis
  1. a a. a seemingly self-contradictory statement that, on closer examination, proves worthy of belief
    b. someone or something that is full of contradictions and inconsistenciesparaphrase
  2. b the writer's or speaker's attitude toward the subject and the audience
  3. c a long narrative poem in a dignified style about the deeds of a hero or heroes,w ho in some way embody the cultural values of their society
  4. d a sermon or morally instructive lecture
  5. e a rhetorical opposition or contrast of ideas by means of a grammatical arrangement of words, clauses, or sentences

5 Multiple Choice Questions

  1. proceeding from an unwarranted assumption to a foregone conclusion
  2. the withdrawal of a previously stated idea or opinion
  3. the organization of language into meaningful structuer; every sentence has a particular pattern of words
  4. a thing or action that is made to mean more than itself
  5. a brief and often simplistic lesson that a reader may infer from a work of literature

5 True/False Questions

  1. elegya poem or song of lament and praise for the dead

          

  2. fallacy, fallacious reasoningan incorrect belief or supposition based on faulty data, defective evidence, or false information

          

  3. natural order of a sentencemethods of development

          

  4. expositionthe background and events that lead to the presentations of the main idea or purpose of an essay or other work; setting for the meaning or purpose of a piece of writing or discourse

          

  5. verisimilitudea. a debt or obligation, especially of a financial nature
    b. a hindrance or handicap

          

Create Set