5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- anecdotal evidence
- a loud confusing disagreeable sounds
- b an inscription on a tombstone or monument in memory of the person buried there
- c address to an absent or imaginary person
- d Evidence of first-hand, personal experience. Depending on the issue, such evidence can affect readers emotionally, arousing sympathy, or generate a sense of identification with the views. It can also be rejected by readers.
- e one's listener or readership; those to whom a speech or piece of writing is addressed
5 Multiple choice questions
- informal words or expressions not usually acceptable in formal writing
- When the writer tells readers what kind of personality the character possesses rather than allowing the character to show his or her personality and allow readers to draw their own conclusions.
- a company of actors who comment (by speaking or singing in unison) on the action in a classical Greek play
- a formal poem presenting a meditation on death or another solemn theme; a mournful poem, usually about the dead
- an essay that explains, informs, or presents information
5 True/False questions
comedy → In general, a story that ends with a happy resolution of the conflicts faced by the main character or characters, light and humorous drama with a happy ending
connotation → the feelings or emotions surrounding a word
archaic language → An informal type of diction that reflects casual, conversational language and often times slang.
analogy → A comparison that explains or describes one subject by pointing out its similarities to another subject
diary → the usage or vocabulary that is characteristic of a specific group of people