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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. Free verse
  2. Parody
  3. Unreliable narratror
  4. Apostrophe
  5. Dialect
  1. a Narrator who does not or cannot comprehend the world
  2. b An abscent person, abstract
  3. c Work created to mock, comment, or make fun of
  4. d special pattern of speech
  5. e Poetry that does not have meter patterns

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Nonstandard language or dialect
  2. Figurative way of representing; meaning other than literal meaning
  3. An expression whose meaning is not predictable
  4. An orignal thought; memorable
  5. Original model of a person

5 True/False questions

  1. ProseOrdinary form of spoken/written language


  2. ToneAuthor's attitude toward the reader


  3. MythClimate or feeling


  4. FlashbackPurposful making fun of someone


  5. ParadoxWork created to mock, comment, or make fun of


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