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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. Connotation
  2. Climax
  3. Foreshadowing
  4. Genre
  5. Characterization
  1. a the emotional, cultural, or suggested
    meaning thought of when hearing a word or
    phrase
  2. b the use of direct and indirect
    methods to describe qualities and features of a
    person within a literary work
  3. c an occurrence, feeling, or object
    that forewarns of an event and which is only fully
    understood in hindsight
  4. d a term that describes the various
    classifications of literary works (for example:
    comedy, sci fi, fantasy, mystery, short story,
    tragedy, etc.)
  5. e the place in a literary work that is the most
    significant to the main character and/or the plot

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. the representation of conversation within
    a literary work
  2. an expression that has been used so often that
    its meaning and impact are no longer effective
  3. an expression understood by those familiar
    with the language of its origin, and cannot be understood based on its literal meaning
  4. the use of similar or identical sounding words
    to create an alternate meaning to the sentence in
    which they are used
  5. to compare similar things or ideas
    WITHOUT using the words LIKE or AS

5 True/False questions

  1. Protagonistthe principal or main character
    around which a literary work usually revolves

          

  2. Allusiona direct or indirect reference to a
    significant person, event, time, or work of
    literature

          

  3. oxymoronto combine two words with contrasting
    meanings to convey a single idea or thought

          

  4. Simileto compare different things or ideas by
    using the words LIKE or AS

          

  5. Plotthe order in which the author has chosen to
    convey the events of a literary work