5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- a substituting the name of one object for another object closely associated with it ("The pen [writing] is mightier than the sword [war/fighting]")
- b a sermon, or a moralistic lecture.
- c the struggle between opposing forces. A conflict can be an internal struggle within a character, or external struggle brought on by something outside the character
- d a character's incentive or reason fir behaving in a certain manner; that which impels a character to act
- e a saying or statement on the title page of a work, or used as a heading for a chapter or other section of work
5 Multiple choice questions
- the use of words to convey the opposite of their literal meaning; or, incongruity between what is expected and what actually occurs.
- placing two elements side by side to present a comparison or contrast
- the accepted form or style
- the emotional atmosphere of a work
- writing that is the product of the author's imagination, an invention rather than actual history or fact
5 True/False questions
Situational Irony → what is expected to happen and what actually happens; at times, the direct opposite of what is expected to happen
Meter → a sensory detail.
Malapropism → an indirect, less offensive way of saying something that is considered unpleasant.
Diction → an expression in a given language that cannot be understood from the literal meaning of the words in the expression; or, a regional speech or dialect.
Idyllic → having the primary purpose of teaching or instructing.