5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Simple Sentence
- Downplaying/ Intensifying
- Denotation, Connotation
- a a formula for presenting an argument logically
- b Denotation is the specific, exact meaning of a word, independent of its emotion coloration or association. Connotation is the emotions implications that words may
carry, as distinguished from their denotative meanings.
- c a complete sentence that is neither compound nor complex
- d repetition of initial identical consonant sounds or any vowel sounds
- e downplaying/ intensifying are methods of drawing attention and diversion to the work's effectiveness
5 Multiple choice questions
- is the most subtle and often the most powerful because it comes from character and reputation, not words
- exploiting readers' feelings of pity or fear to make a case
- a term used for a dramatic poem in which the form of drama is used to express lyric themes
- noun phrase that follows the noun or pronoun it modifies and amplifies or restricts its meaning. EX: our department head, A CAREFUL READER AND OUTSPOKEN CRITIC,will review the memo before it is sent out. (phrase in caps is appositive)
- the omission of a word or words necessary for complete construction, but understood in the context.
5 True/False questions
attitude → a technique that ridicules both people and societal institutions, using iron wit, and exaggeration.
coinage → a word or phrase made, invented or fabricated.
comparison/contrast → rhetorical technique for pointing out similarities or differences
Definition → is a method of specifying the basic nature of any phenomenon, idea, or things.
compound/complex sentence → a sentence that is not grammatically correct before its