5 Written Questions
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- what is implied by word ex. SICK
- the dictionary definition of a word; the direct and specific meaning
- the reasoning process by which a conclusion is drawn from set of premises and contains no more facts than these premises
- a word or phrase that follows a noun or pronoun for emphasis or clarity, usually set off by commas.
- an author's choice of words to convey a tone or effect
5 True/False Questions
audience → the repetition of identical or similar vowel sounds, usually in successive or proximate words
apostrophe → a word or phrase that follows a noun or pronoun for emphasis or clarity, usually set off by commas.
aphorism → a concise statement designed to make a point or illustrate a commonly held belief. ex. Early to bed and early to rise make a man health, wealthy, and wise.
colloquial language → what is implied by word ex. SICK
antithesis → in an adapted dramatisitic pentad created by a speaker or writer in order to invent materials, the manner in which an action is carried out