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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. Melodramatic
  2. Comma Splice
  3. Enjoin
  4. How to join independent clauses to form sentence
  5. Simile
  1. a Use comma and FANBOY, use semicolon, or use colon
  2. b To order to do something
  3. c Comparison between two things containing the words like or as
  4. d Incorrectly joining independent clauses with comma
  5. e Exaggerated and emotional

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Wishing evil or harm to others
  2. Rough and noisy
  3. Group of words presented as a sentence without subject, verb, or both--and doesn't express a complete thought
  4. 1865-1910
    Irving, Hawthorne, Edgar Allan Poe
    Accurately represent speech, manners, habits, history, folklore, and beliefs of people in specific geographical area
    Offshoot of realism
    Importance of setting
    Use of dialects--distinctive forms of language spoken in particular areas or by particular groups of people
  5. An indirect intimation about a person or thing

5 True/False questions

  1. GarrulousExcessively talkative

          

  2. MetaphorA recurring idea, symbol, thing, concept in a novel that helps the reader to better understand the meaning behind the novel

          

  3. BickeringAngry quarrel

          

  4. IncredulousExcellent

          

  5. TranscendentalismMid-1800s
    Emerson, Thoreau, Margaret Fuller, W.H. Channing
    Unity of all matter, human, and natural
    Emphasized living a simple life
    Stressed close relationship to nature
    Celebrated emotions and imagination
    Stressed individualism and self-reliance
    Believed intuition can lead to knowledge
    Believed in inherent goodness in people
    Encouraged spiritual well-being over financial well-being