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  1. abstract
  2. Rhetorical Question
  3. Jargon
  4. antecedent
  5. Imagery
  1. a asked solely to produce an effect and not to elicit a reply
  2. b the use of language to convey sensory experience, most often through the creation of pictorial images through figurative language
  3. c the designating qualities or characteristics apart from specific objects or events. opposite of concrete
  4. d from the fifteenth-century French term jargoun, meaning twittering or jibberish: usually refers to a specialized language providing a shorthand method of quick communication between people in the same field. Often used to disguise the inner working of a particular trade or
    profession from public scrutiny
  5. e the word to which a pronoun refers (whose place it takes)

5 Multiple Choice Questions

  1. a method of clarifying the nature of something by explaining
    how it works in separate, easy-to-understand steps.
  2. a narrative, either in verse or prose, in which character, action, and sometimes setting represent abstract concepts apart from the literal meaning
  3. a sentence grammatically complete at some point (or points)
    before the end
  4. figure of speech in which someone (usually absent) is directly addressed
  5. type of figurative language in which the whole is used for the part of the part used for the whole. In "the dying year," the whole is used to stand for a part, "autumn",

5 True/False Questions

  1. conceitpertains to actual things, instances, or experiences: opposite of abstract

          

  2. Expositionwriting that seeks to clarify, explain, or inform using one or several of the following methods: process analysis, definition, classification and division, comparison
    and contrast, and cause-and-effect analysis.

          

  3. Simple Sentencea complete sentence that is neither compound nor complex

          

  4. classification and divisionwriting that urges people to take action or promotes change

          

  5. anastrophethe inversion of the usual, normal, or logical order of the parts of a sentence

          

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