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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. anecdote
  2. moral
  3. allusion
  4. allegory
  5. parable
  1. a a short account of an interesting event (often biographical)
  2. b a short story that teaches a truth, principle, or moral lesson through comparison
  3. c a direct or an indirect reference (to an event, work of writing or art, myth); a casual mention
  4. d a lesson expressed in a story
  5. e a moral story featuring a symbolic representation of ideas through fictional characters (often animals)

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. language that expresses a meaning that is the opposite of the intended meaning (sarcasm is a type of verbal irony; not all verbal irony is sarcasm
  2. the use of a representative figure to suggest an idea or attribute significance to an object, event, or relationship
  3. a question posed without the expectation of an answer and used to emphasize an idea or encourage reflection
  4. a logical fallacy in which an opponent's position is restated so that it is easier to attack; after the attack, the restated position is attributed to the opponent
  5. a comparison of two unlike things to suggest a similarity through the use of "like" or "as" ("X is like Y")

5 True/False questions

  1. either /or reasoning (black or white thinking; false dilemma)literary works, or passages in literary works, that feature exaggerated sentiment or extravagant and flowery language


  2. oxymorona lesson expressed in a story


  3. assonancethe repetition of similar vowel sounds in a group of words


  4. ironylanguage, actions, or situations contrary to what is intended or expected


  5. metaphora direct comparison of two unlike things to suggest a similarity, often in the form "X is Y"