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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. Symbol
  2. Allegory
  3. Literal
  4. Carpe Diem
  5. Sonnet
  1. a A latin phrase which means "Seize the day" meaning "Make the most of today"
  2. b A symbolical narrative; representing the abstract through the concrete.
  3. c Something used to represent something else
  4. d True to fact; not exaggerated; actual or factual
  5. e A lyric poem of fourteen lines whose rhyme scheme is fixed

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. A work's mood
  2. A general classification based on common assumptions. Similar to archetype
  3. A far-fetched simile or metaphor
  4. A short fictional narrative
  5. A brief tale designed to illustrate a moral lesson. Often the characters are animals

5 True/False questions

  1. English/ShakespeareanSonnet is abab cdcd efef gg

          

  2. IronyAn implied disagreement between what is said and what is meant

          

  3. CoupletA lyric poem of fourteen lines whose rhyme scheme is fixed

          

  4. EuphemismA statement or hypothesis to be proved

          

  5. Rising ActionSection of a composition or speed that has an intentional change of subject