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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. epistrophe
  2. allegory
  3. Hasty Generalization
  4. evidence
  5. Slippery Slope
  1. a A conclusion without evidence, usually tied to emotions ex: A little kid stole my wallet, therefore all little kids are thieves.
  2. b that which proves or disproves something
  3. c representation of abstract ideas through characters
  4. d If you don't get direct TV then you will be bored. If you are bored then you will hang out with undesirables. If you hang out with undesirables then you will have a kid with a dog collar, don't have a kid with a dog collar.
  5. e repetition at the end of words or clauses

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. reference to something that is presumably well known
    ex: as big as Noah's ark
  2. Therefore Becky is pretty.
  3. an unanswered question because the answer is obvious
  4. 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
  5. Something that doesn't follow ex: Jake lives in a large building, therefore his apartment must be large.

5 True/False questions

  1. anaphoraan implied comparison of two words

          

  2. litotesfull of ordinary language in speaking or writting

          

  3. paradoxa statement that contradicts itself but is still true

          

  4. connotationnon literal, implied meaning of a word
    ex: he's going to kill you

          

  5. asyndentonA popular movement that people join due to peer pressure ex: Buy me a puppy, because everyone else did.