5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Affective Filter Hypothesis
- a Symbolism was an aesthetic movement that encouraged writers to express their ideas, feelings, and values by means of symbols or suggestions rather than by direct statements.
- b 20th Century movement of poetry; typically written in free verse, draws on a wide range of subject matter, is expressed in common speech, and relies on a clear, concentrated image to convey meaning.
- c a nineteen-line poem divided into five tercets and a final quatrain
- d a word or phrase that is so overused that it has lost its expressive power--for example, "I slept like a log."
- e Stephen Krashen based on the theory that successful language acquisition depends on the learners feelings. Positive emotions surrounding learning enhance it while negative emotions do the opposite.
5 Multiple choice questions
- Chomsky-no dialect or language is more complex or sophisticated than the other. We are all born with the capacity to learn any language w/o formal instruction. A set of principles that apply to all languages and are unconsciously accessible to every human language user.
- a short, witty verse or saying. Also known as an aphorism or maxim.
- a symbol, image, plot pattern, or character type that occurs often in literature, such as the hero on a dangerous quest.
- A form, suffix or element added to the end of a word that changes the form of the word to mark such distinctions as those of case, gender, number, tense person, mood or voice.
- a variety of language used by people in a particular geographic area.
5 True/False questions
existentialism → 17th- 18th century held that all truths, especially religious ones, were accessible and comprehensible through pure
human reason; reason was in itself a source of knowledge superior to and independent of sense
Prepositional Phrase → Verbals are formed from verbs but are not used as verbs in a sentence (it is a participal phrase used as an adjective to modify 'the man')
Theory of Communicative Competence → Dell Hymes - is a term in linguistics which refers to a language user's grammatical knowledge of syntax, morphology, phonology and the like, as well as social knowledge about how and when to use utterances appropriately.
drama → the point of highest emotional intensity or suspense in a literary work.
gender criticism → feminist and gay criticism reflecting cultural framework