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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. Comedy of Manners
  2. Thought
  3. Poetic Justice
  4. Different types of Comedy
  5. Situation Comedy
  1. a A device typical of the end of melodrama, Good is rewarded evil is punished
  2. b Situation, Character, Idea, Manners, Romantic
  3. c Farce, based on humorous qualities of the situation in which the characters find themselves
  4. d explores the behavior of social expectations and oddities
  5. e ideas found in a play

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. who or what oppose the central characters
  2. Written descriptions of physical or emotional action or physical appearance
  3. physical humor
  4. the things we see
  5. poetry, for many centuries state dialogue was written in this

5 True/False questions

  1. Comedy of Characterexplores the behavior of social expectations and oddities

          

  2. verisimilitudepoetry, for many centuries state dialogue was written in this

          

  3. Falling Actiondrop in emotional intensity following the climax

          

  4. Languagecommon improv situations/events

          

  5. climaxobjective viewpoint, lower stakes, reinforcement of social norms, humorous