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5 Matching Questions

  1. Appositive
  2. Red Herring
  3. Slippery Slope (domino Theory)
  4. Parallelism
  5. Predicate
  1. a Fallacy of argumentation argues that one thing inevitably leads to another. Politicians use it a lot
  2. b formal term of verb that conveys meaning or carries action "the fair maiden AWAKENED"
  3. c Noun phrase that modifies noun next to it. "The dragon, a large creature with glittering scales, bit.."
  4. d Rhythm of repetition that includes parallel sets of sentences or parallel clauses. "We will fight them in the forests, and fight them in the hills, and in the villages of the dell."
  5. e Argument that distracts the reader by raising irrelevant issues. Too many suspects in a murder mystery

5 Multiple Choice Questions

  1. an appeal to emotion
  2. Rules of grammar that define a passage
  3. consecutive coordinating conjunctions when they are not needed, "He was overwhelmed, as if by a tsunami, and by the fishes, and by the seaweed, and by the salt spray from the heavens."
  4. Combination of two or more elements in a sentence by use of a verb or noun. "She dashed his hopes and out of his life when she walked through the door."
  5. An appeal to reason, logic of an argument.

5 True/False Questions

  1. AnastropheThe reversal of natural order of words in a sentence. "The poisoned apple she ate to her gave cramps of a serious nature."

          

  2. anadiplosisObservation or claim that is opposition of author's original claim. If we argue for drilling of wells, the antithesis is diverting water from river.

          

  3. EpanalesisRhythm of repetition that includes parallel sets of sentences or parallel clauses. "We will fight them in the forests, and fight them in the hills, and in the villages of the dell."

          

  4. EtymologyTwo words that create a sense of opposition. "bubbly heaviness"

          

  5. IronyWords used to express something other than and often the opposite of the literal meaning. Verbal-contrast between what is said and what is meant. Situational-contrast between what happens and what was expected. Dramatic-contrast between what the character thinks and what the reader knows.

          

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