5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- periodic sentence
- a the juxtaposition of contrasting words or ideas to give a feeling of balance.
example: "We seperate but at the same time we unite as one"
- b something that stands for something else
- c similarity of structure in a pair or series of related words, phrases, or clauses
example: "He tried to make the law clear, precise and equitable."
- d repetition of words occuring at the begining and end of the clause.
example: "BLOOD hath brought BLOOD"
- e a sentence withholding its main idea until the end
example: "Just as he bent down to tie his shoelace, a car hit him."
5 Multiple choice questions
- the use of many conjunctions to slow the pace
- the word, phrase, or clause to which a pronoun refers.
example: "The CAR he wanted to buy was a green ONE"
- Turning away from the audience to address someone new-- God, the angels, the dead (anyone not present)
- expressing courtesy, respect, admiration, or praise
- a writer tries to validate a point by saying "everyone else believes in this."
5 True/False questions
impartial tone → dull, lifeless
faulty analogy → a writer uses comparisons of 2 things that are not related
sentimental tone → sappy; emotional
Non Sequitur → introducing an irrelevent point to divert attention for the main issue
straw man → feeling of excitment or expectation in a story