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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. Dreadful
  2. Innuendo
  3. Strident
  4. Proprietor
  5. Ascertain
  1. a Making or having a harsh sound
  2. b Determine
  3. c Owner of business establishment
  4. d Extremely bad
  5. e An indirect intimation about a person or thing

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. To establish oneself in the favor or good graces of others
  2. Joyous humor
  3. Implied comparison between two things that does not use like or as
  4. A concrete person, place, object, animal, or activity that has a concrete meaning in itself and also stands for something beyond itself, such as an idea or feeling
  5. Group of words presented as a sentence without subject, verb, or both--and doesn't express a complete thought

5 True/False questions

  1. Romanticism1909-1918
    Focus on raw image
    Forgets metrics, stanzas, and sentimentality
    Power of suggestion rather than definite statement
    Eastern influence of the haiku
    Expressing emotion indirectly but precisely
    Presenting images without authorial commentary
    Ezra Pound
    Use no words that don't contribute
    No sequence of metronome


  2. Realism1865-1910
    Accurate and detailed portrayal of actual life
    Didn't want to glorify anything
    Depict reality no matter how ordinary
    Shed light on greater social issues
    Mark Twain, William Dean Howells, Henry James
    Complex characters in ordinary places
    Character exploration and development
    Ordinary settings
    True-to-life dialogue
    Detached narration to sound unbiased


  3. GarrulousExcessively talkative


  4. Run-On SentenceGroup of words that has a subject, verb, expresses a complete thought, capitalized first letter, and ends with period, question mark, or exclamation point


  5. MelodramaticExaggerated and emotional