4 Written questions
4 Multiple choice questions
- The shape of a poem and is determined by the line length which affects how a poem is read.
- The description of an object, an animal, or an idea as if it were a human or had human qualities and reactions.
- The places where lines of poetry end; poets use these to add emphasis to certain words or phrases.
- Words and phrases that call up pictures in your mind. They appeal to your senses of sight, hearing, smell, taste, and touch.
4 True/False questions
repetition → The repetition of consonanst sounds at the beginning of words.
alliteration → The use of a word, phrase, sound, or line more than once.
figurative language → The places where lines of poetry end; poets use these to add emphasis to certain words or phrases.
simile → A comparison between two unlike things that includes the words like or as.