5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Figurative Language
- a A type of rhyme where vowel sounds are repeated.
- b A pause within a line of poetry.
- c When an object/person is referred to by another object that is closely associated with it.
- d Non-literal speech used to achieve a special effect.
- e A type of rhyme where first sounds are repeated in successive words.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- A stanza of two lines which usually rhyme.
- A repetition of consonant sounds within words.
- A poem written in the voice of a character assumed by the poet.
- When a line of poetry continues to the next line without punctuation.
- A figure of speech where animals, ideas, or inorganic objects are given human characteristics.
5 True/False Questions
Stanza → A division of a poem consisting of a series of lines often times with a reoccurring pattern or rhyme.
Elision → A lament for the dead or a meditation on the thoughts that death arouses.
Analogy → Any resemblance (similarity) between otherwise unlike objects.
Simile → A figure of speech that expresses a resemblance between things of different kinds often using like or as.
Epic → A long, narrative poem on a great and serious subject.