5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- a Three lines of poetry forming a stanza or a complete poem.
- b A four-line stanza or a complete poem.
- c Something that is itself and something else.
- d A figure of speech where animals, ideas, or inorganic objects are given human characteristics.
- e A stanza of two lines which usually rhyme.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- The leaving out of an unstressed syllable or vowel, usually in order to keep a regular meter in a line of poetry.
- A type of rhyme where vowel sounds are repeated.
- A word meaning how it sounds.
- Any resemblance (similarity) between otherwise unlike objects.
- A repetition of consonant sounds within words.
5 True/False Questions
Enjambment → When a line of poetry continues to the next line without punctuation.
Caesura → A play on words.
Hyperbole → Exaggeration not meant to be taken literally.
Metaphor → When a word or phrase is compared to something it does not literally resemble in order to emphasize particular qualities.
Elegy → A lament for the dead or a meditation on the thoughts that death arouses.