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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. analogy
  2. voice
  3. biography
  4. point of view
  5. essay
  1. a an account of a person's life written by someone else
  2. b a term used in a discussion of style to identify the person or personality speaking in a literary work
  3. c relative position or angle from which a thing is seen or a question is considered
  4. d a fairly short nonfiction selection in which the author expresses his thoughts and feelings on any subject he chooses to discuss
  5. e a comparison of two or more similar objects which suggests that if they are alike in certain respects, they will probably be alike in other ways as well

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. a general principle or conclusion which is drawn from an examination of details
  2. a personal, daily account of an individual's experiences and feelings
  3. the feeling conveyed by the author's attitude toward his subject and by the particular way in which he writes about it
  4. an authoritative and artistic (usually film) presentation which depicts the facts about an event or social, historical or cultural phenomenon
  5. recording of past events, persons and places

5 True/False questions

  1. expolitionwriting intended to make clear or explain something which might otherwise be difficult to understand

          

  2. truththat which conforms to fact and reality. Truth may be either objective or subjective depending upon the person's point of view

          

  3. biasa personal, daily account of an individual's experiences and feelings

          

  4. journalrecords and presents topics of current interest to the public through news media; journalists present facts and describe situations without attempting to interpret them.

          

  5. formal essaythe author assumes a tone of intimacy with his audience, tends to deal with everyday things rather than with public affairs or specialized topics, and writes in a relaxed, self-revelatory, and often whimsical fashion