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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. Loose Sentence
  2. satire
  3. Ethnocentricity
  4. anaphora
  5. Idiom
  1. a a sentence grammatically complete at some point (or points)
    before the end
  2. b a technique that ridicules both people and societal institutions, using iron wit, and exaggeration.
  3. c device of repetition in which the same expression (word or words) is repeated at the beginning of two or more lines, clauses, or sentences. obvious in poetry
  4. d a use of words, a grammatical construction peculiar to a given language, or an expression that cannot be translated literally into a second language.
  5. e the belief in the inherent superiority of one's own group and culture

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. methods of pseudoreasoning that may occur accidentally or may be intentionally contrived to lend plausibility to an unsound argument.
  2. figure of speech in which someone (usually absent) is directly addressed
  3. the use of language to convey sensory experience, most often through the creation of pictorial images through figurative language
  4. pertains to actual things, instances, or experiences: opposite of abstract
  5. exploiting readers' feelings of pity or fear to make a case

5 True/False questions

  1. Expositionwriting 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.

          

  2. analogyprocess of reasoning that assumes if two subjects share a number of specific observable qualities, then they may be expected to share qualities that have not been observed

          

  3. Syllogismprocess of reasoning that assumes if two subjects share a number of specific observable qualities, then they may be expected to share qualities that have not been observed

          

  4. Litotesa form of understatement in which a thing is affirmed by stating the negative of its opposite

          

  5. Periodic Sentencea sentence grammatically complete at some point (or points)
    before the end

          

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