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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. Paradox
  2. Climax
  3. Pun
  4. Characterization
  5. Setting
  1. a the place in a literary work that is the most
    significant to the main character and/or the plot
  2. b the use of similar or identical sounding words
    to create an alternate meaning to the sentence in
    which they are used
  3. c the location and time period in which the
    plot takes place
  4. d the use of direct and indirect
    methods to describe qualities and features of a
    person within a literary work
  5. e a statement that initially seems
    to contradict itself but, in fact, includes a
    fundamental truth

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. to compare similar things or ideas
    WITHOUT using the words LIKE or AS
  2. the repetition of identical or similar
    vowel sounds found within or at the end of
    words and phrases
  3. how the author's specific use of words makes
    his or her writing distinctive
  4. he repetition of a beginning
    consonant sound within a phrase or sentence
  5. the struggle between two or more forces,
    internal and/or external, that drive the plot

5 True/False questions

  1. Protagonistthe character who opposes the central
    character, causing conflict


  2. Antagonistthe character who opposes the central
    character, causing conflict


  3. analogythe representation of conversation within
    a literary work


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


  5. Idiomwhat results when the actual outcome differs
    from what is expected


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