5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- inductive reasoning
- a reasoning from specific to general
- b strict, literal meaning of a word
ex: "i'm going to kill you" says the murderer
- c repetition at the end of words or clauses
- d a hidden meaning in a clause that makes since
- e less offensive word choice
5 Multiple choice questions
- Something that doesn't follow ex: Jake lives in a large building, therefore his apartment must be large.
- the opinion of the writer and the stance he or she takes
- Discredits something before hand ex: This OP sucks but here we go.
- a figure of speech that an absent person or object is being referred to
ex:o death where is your sting?
- using a verb for two objects
ex: he opened the door and my heart.
5 True/False questions
Anadiplosis → juxtaposition of opposing ideas
ex: today was the best worst day of my life
allusion → reference to something that is presumably well known
ex: as big as Noah's ark
Qualify → shows opposing views to prove a point
diction → the opinion of the writer and the stance he or she takes
anaphora → comparison of two ideas in order to explain a difficult idea
ex: i washed my car and it is as shiny as colton's cheek