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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. antithesis
  2. apostrophe
  3. figurative language
  4. didactic
  5. aphorism
  1. a words that aim to teach moral or ethical principles
  2. b a phrase that expresses a general truth
  3. c the direct opposite of an idea
  4. d imaginative writing or speech that isn't usually supposed to carry literal meaning
  5. e directly addressing an inanimate object or something abstract

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. using slang or informalities
  2. sensory details or figurative language used to describe, arouse emotion, or represent abstractions
  3. exaggeration or overstatement
  4. an exaggeration or distortion of a feature in order to emphasize it and create comic effect
  5. word choice

5 True/False questions

  1. allusionword choice

          

  2. inferencemajor category into which a work fits

          

  3. generic conventionliteral dictionary definition

          

  4. allegoryusing characters and/or story elements to represent an abstraction in addition to literal meaning

          

  5. euphemisma less offensive substitute for an unpleasant word or concept