5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Figurative Language
- a writing that seeks to clarify, explain, or inform using one or several of the following methods: process analysis, definition, classification and division, comparison
and contrast, and cause-and-effect analysis.
- b the overall atmosphere of a work
- c the designating qualities or characteristics apart from specific objects or events. opposite of concrete
- d rhetorical technique for pointing out similarities or differences
- e the use of words outside their literal or usual meanings, used to add freshness and suggest associations and comparisons that create effective
images: includes elements of speech such as hyperbole, irony, metaphor, personification, and
5 Multiple choice questions
- repetition of initial identical consonant sounds or any vowel sounds
- this list
- is a method of specifying the basic nature of any phenomenon, idea, or things.
- pertains to actual things, instances, or experiences: opposite of abstract
- in arguing her point, a writer or speaker should always lend her opponent some credit for the opponent's ideas
5 True/False questions
Hyperbole → is a figure of speech in which conscious exaggeration is used without the intent of literal persuasion
allegory → a narrative, either in verse or prose, in which character, action, and sometimes setting represent abstract concepts apart from the literal meaning
call to action → writing that urges people to take action or promotes change
Narration → the story of events and/or experiences that tell what happened.
Process Analysis → a mode of speech in which words express a meaning opposite to the intended meaning.