5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Figurative Language
- a Giving human characteristics to nonhuman things
- b A comparison where you say something is something else.
- c The building and anticipation of excitement in a story.
- d A figure of speech that is not suppose to be taken as real
- e Repetition of initial consonants (Peter Piper Picked)
5 Multiple choice questions
- A fake piece of literature that has historical events.
- The message to be learned.
- Contrast between appearance and reality.
- A poem that tells a story
- Strggle between opposing forces.
5 True/False questions
Onomatopoeia → Words that when pronounced creates sounds.
Stanza → A play on words when one word has two different meanings.
Foreshadowing → Clues that indicate that something will happen later in the story.
Dramatic Irony → Contrast between appearance and reality.
Homeric simile → A long comparison using like,as,seems,and appears.