5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- bandwagon appeal
- narrative pacing
- a the way a story moves: quickly, slowly, or between the two, as well as shifts in the pace
- b the elevation of a person (as to the status of a god)
- c a writer tries to validate a point by saying "everyone else believes in this."
- d understatement (opposite of hyperbole)
- e using words that imitate the sound they denote. (BOOM, CRACK, BANG)
5 Multiple choice questions
- using a part of something to represent the whole thing
example: "look at those wheels!" (refering to the car)
- Evading the issues by appealing to emotional reactions.
- a statement that merely repeats itself. a statement that merely repeats itself.
- the use of many conjunctions to slow the pace
5 True/False questions
pathos → emotional appeal
vibrant tone → lively, energetic
epanalepsis → insertion of words or phrases.
example: "He said it was going to rain (I could hardly disagree) before the game was over"
example: "He said it was going to rain--I could hardly disagree--before the game was over"
anastrophe → word order rearanged or reversed.
example: "Unseen in the jungle, but present"
hyperbole → exxageration