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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. Anaphora
  2. Ellipsis
  3. Polysyndeton
  4. Pun
  5. Metonymy
  1. a the omission of a word or phrase which is grammatically necessary but can be deduced from the text
  2. b a play on words often achieved through the use of words with similar meanings
  3. c substituting the name of an object for another object closely related
  4. d the use as a rhetorical effect too many conjunctions
  5. e the beginning of consecutive lines that start with the same phrase

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. a reference to something lieterary mythological or historical that the reader will recognize
  2. does not follow or relate
  3. the repition of intial sounds in successive words
  4. something or someone that is not in the correect historical or chronological order
  5. a fanciful, particulary clever extended metaphor; an elaborate or unusual comparison especially one using unlikely metaphors, similes, hyperboles, and contradiction.

5 True/False questions

  1. Synecdocheusing one part of an object to represent the entire object


  2. Concrete Detailsdetail that relate or describes actual, specific things or events


  3. Ironythe use of words to convey the opposite of the literal meaning


  4. Satirethe use of humor to emphasize human weaknesses or imperfections


  5. Hyperboleintentional exaggeration to vreate an effect