5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- a Verb form functioning like an adjective.
Example: Swimming for his life, John crossed the English Channel.
- b The word "to" plus a verb. Can act as adjectives, adverbs or nouns.
Example: Betsy typed up an awesome chemistry review to behoove her classmates in their studying efforts.
- c The native language or native dialect of a specific population.
- d "ing" verb form functioning as a noun.
Example: Sleeping in makes teenagers quite happy.
- e Play on words
Example: That was intense...like camping. (Say it aloud)
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- BANG! Whoosh! (sound words)
- Reference to something or someone by naming one of its attributes.
Example: King Peter the Magnificent, Queen Susan the Gentle, King Edmund the Just, Queen Lucy the Valiant.
- The omission of one or more words that are obviously understood but that must be supplied to make a construction grammatically complete.
- Deep, penseive, and long lasting sadness; sad, gloomy or depressed.
Eeyore looked upon the pile of sticks that was once his house in melancholy.
- The associated or secondary meaning of a word or expression in addition to its explicit or primary meaning.
5 True/False Questions
Appositive Phrase → Give info about a noun/pronoun.
Example: Omar hid his phone under his desk to snap a picture of his classmate eating a cheeseburger in class.
Asydenton → Omitting conjunctions between words, phrases, or clauses.
Example: She likes pickles, olives, raisins, dates, pretzels.
Verbal Irony → What is said is different than that which is expected.
Epithet → Feeling or characterized by great anger.
Irate → Feeling or characterized by great anger.