5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- a A comparison between two objects, using a specific word or comparison such as "like" or "as"
- b Understatement, for intensification, by denying the contrary of the thing being affirmed
- c A pattern of sound that includes the repetition of consonant sounds at the beginning of words
- d Repitition of an idea in a different word, phrase, or sentence
- e An absent person, an abstract concept, or an important object is directly addressed
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- Use of harsh, discordant sounds.
- Use of soothing, pleasant sounds.
- Putting two contradictory words together like "jumbo shrimp"
- A figure of speech which endows inanimate objects with human traits or abilities
- The use of words which imitate sound
5 True/False Questions
Anastrophe → Inversion of the normal syntactic order of words, for example: to market, went she.
Consonance → Repetition of consonant sounds
Assonance → Repetition of vowel sounds
Metaphor → Use of soothing, pleasant sounds.
Syllepsis → Use of a word with two others, with each of which it is understood differently