5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Logical Fallacies
- a the designating qualities or characteristics apart from specific objects or events. opposite of concrete
- b closely linked with the authors tone of a piece, can also be the underlying feeling behind a tone.
- c the omission of a word or words necessary for complete construction, but understood in the context.
- d the story of events and/or experiences that tell what happened.
- e methods of pseudoreasoning that may occur accidentally or may be intentionally contrived to lend plausibility to an unsound argument.
5 Multiple choice questions
- figure of speech characterized by the substitution of a term naming an object closely associated with the word in mind for the word itself EX: the king=the crown
- A self contradictory combination of words or smaller verbal units
- a phrase or statement that while seemly is contradictory or absurd may actually be well-founded or true.
- a type of balance in which the second part is balanced against the first, but with the parts reversed. EX: flowers are lovely, love is flowerlike
- techniques a writer uses to create and reveal fictional personalities in a work of literature. describing, appearance, actions, thoughts, and feelings
5 True/False questions
Imagery → the use of language to convey sensory experience, most often through the creation of pictorial images through figurative language
comparison/contrast → rhetorical technique for pointing out similarities or differences
defensive/offensive → is a method of specifying the basic nature of any phenomenon, idea, or things.
satire → a figure of speech involving a comparison using like or as
classification and division → writing that urges people to take action or promotes change