5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- blank verse
- a a patronizing manner or behavior
- b the literal, or dictionary, meaning of a word.
- c old-fashioned words no longer in common use, such as forsooth.
- d a movement in early twentieth-century poetry, which regarded the image as the essence of poetry.
- e poetry or lines of dramatic verse written in unrhymed iambic pentameter.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- a type of comedy with ridiculous characters, events, or situations.
- a concluding statement or section added to a work of literature.
- A verb form that is used as an adjective
Example: Sleeping soundly, she got her rest. Chewing loudly, people started to stare.
- expressions usually accepted in informal situations, such as wicked awesome.
- a literary device in which the author interrupts the chronological order of a narrative to show something that happened in the past.
5 True/False Questions
code-switching → Shifting back and forth between languages in the same conversation
connotation → the suggested or implied meaning associated with a word beyond its dictionary definitions. They can be positive, neutral, or negative.
caesura → a pause or break in the meter or rhythm of a line of verse, marked in prosody by a double vertical line (||), as in this example from Tennyson: "Ring out the old, || ring in the new, /Ring, happy bells, || across the snow."
Villanelle → language widely consider crude, disgusting, and offensive.
deference → courteous regard for people's feelings