5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- faulty use of authority
- a information gathered from an unreliable source
- b understatement (opposite of hyperbole)
- c the repetition of consonant sounds
- d repitition of sounds inside of words.
example: "No pain, no gain."
- e start out all specific examples then conclude with a logical ending
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- conjoining contradictory terms (as in 'deafening silence')
- Evading the issues by appealing to emotional reactions.
- a complex sentence in which the main clause comes first and the subordinate clause follows.
example: "A car hit him, just as he bent over to tie his shoelace."
- repetition of words occuring at the begining and end of the clause.
example: "BLOOD hath brought BLOOD"
- characterized by or displaying a concern with morality; didactic, overly instructive
5 True/False Questions
anaphora → repitition of the same word(s) at the begining of a phrases or clauses
example: "WE SHALL FIGHT on the beaches, WE SHALL FIGHT on the landing grounds, WE SHALL FIGHT in the fields."
turgid tone → excessively complex in style or language
epistrophe → Repetition of the same word or group of words at the ends of successive clauses
example: "I'll have my BOND! Speak not against my BOND! I have sworn an oath that I will have my BOND!"
periodic sentence → a sentence withholding its main idea until the end
example: "Just as he bent down to tie his shoelace, a car hit him."
apposition → the placing next to a noun another noun or phrase that explains it.
example: "John, my brother, is coming home."