5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Begging the question
- a the placing next to a noun another noun or phrase that explains it.
example: "John, my brother, is coming home."
- b presenting as truth what is supposed to be proven in the arguement
- c the speaker, voice, or character assumed by the author of a piece of writing
- d 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."
- e a comparison of two different things that are similar in some way
example: "The pond was as smooth as a mirror."
5 Multiple choice questions
- grimly or scornfully mocking, bitterly sarcastic
- a writer uses comparisons of 2 things that are not related
- using a part of something to represent the whole thing
example: "look at those wheels!" (refering to the car)
- information gathered from an unreliable source
5 True/False questions
irreverent tone → disrespectful
polysyndenton → the repetition of consonant sounds
circular reasoning → introducing an irrelevent point to divert attention for the main issue
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!"
anastrophe → word order rearanged or reversed.
example: "Unseen in the jungle, but present"