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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. Concrete Details
  2. Anachronism
  3. Irony
  4. Polysyndeton
  5. Synecdoche
  1. a using one part of an object to represent the entire object
  2. b detail that relate or describes actual, specific things or events
  3. c the use as a rhetorical effect too many conjunctions
  4. d the use of words to convey the opposite of the literal meaning
  5. e something or someone that is not in the correect historical or chronological order

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. the repition of intial sounds in successive words
  2. a fanciful, particulary clever extended metaphor; an elaborate or unusual comparison especially one using unlikely metaphors, similes, hyperboles, and contradiction.
  3. a consie statement that expresses succinctly a general truth or idea with balance
  4. a word free from limitations; extremes
  5. a word formed by an imitation of sounds

5 True/False questions

  1. Liotesthe use of words to convey the opposite of the literal meaning

          

  2. Allusionthe omission of a word or phrase which is grammatically necessary but can be deduced from the text

          

  3. Hyperbolenoting or pertaining to the mood of the verb

          

  4. Asyndetonthe use as a rhetorical effect too many conjunctions

          

  5. Parallelismthe use of correspnding grammatical or syntactical form