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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. narrative
  2. simile
  3. loaded language
  4. expository writing
  5. fiction
  1. a a comparison of two seemingly unlike objects using the words LIKE or AS; a type of trope
  2. b literary prose based on imagination and not necessarily on fact
  3. c writing that tells a story; may be true or false or a combination
  4. d emotionally charged words used to persuade
  5. e writing that intends to inform, explain, argue; nonfiction

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. using a literal object to represent an abstract idea; a type of trope
  2. a speech given by one person; if alone on stage=soliloquy; if alone in a story=interior monologue
  3. one event is expected to occur, but something entirely different actually occurs
  4. interesting ARRANGEMENT or play with words, often times to effect the sound; one of the two main figures of speech
  5. an idea that resurfaces throughout an individual work

5 True/False questions

  1. antithesisthe opposite or contrast of ideas written in similar sentence structure; a type of scheme

          

  2. anadiplosisthe opposite or contrast of ideas written in similar sentence structure; a type of scheme

          

  3. dramatic ironythe character or author says one thing, but means something else

          

  4. verbal ironythe character or author says one thing, but means something else

          

  5. appositivea noun set beside another noun to explain or identify it; a type of scheme