5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Denotation, Connotation
- call to action
- a the story of events and/or experiences that tell what happened.
- b rhetorical technique for pointing out similarities or differences
- c a formula for presenting an argument logically
- d writing that urges people to take action or promotes change
- e Denotation is the specific, exact meaning of a word, independent of its emotion coloration or association. Connotation is the emotions implications that words may
carry, as distinguished from their denotative meanings.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- the omission of a word or words necessary for complete construction, but understood in the context.
- a type of balance in which the second part is balanced against the first, but with the parts reversed. EX: flowers are lovely, love is flowerlike
- a timeworn expression that has lost its meaning
- a figure of speech characterized by strongly contrasting words, clauses or ideas.
- the arrangement of parts of a sentence, sentences, paragraphs, and larger units of composition that one element of with another is similarly developed and phrased
5 True/False Questions
Paradox → a phrase or statement that while seemly is contradictory or absurd may actually be well-founded or true.
apostrophe → figure of speech in which someone (usually absent) is directly addressed
Idiom → the choice of words in a work of literature and an element of style important to the work's effectiveness
characterization → techniques a writer uses to create and reveal fictional personalities in a work of literature. describing, appearance, actions, thoughts, and feelings
Logical Reasoning → methods of pseudoreasoning that may occur accidentally or may be intentionally contrived to lend plausibility to an unsound argument.