Chapter Fourteen Quiz

Chapter Fourteen Quiz - a. Reverse structures b....

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Chapter Fourteen Quiz 1. “ The ship was a beacon of hope” is an example of a a. Simile b. Metaphor c. Hyperbole d. Anaphora 2. “His feet were as big as boats” is considered a a. Understatement b. Antonomasia c. Simile d. Irony 3. A question that is used to help assert or deny something but doesn’t really require an answer can be described as a. Metaphoric b. Rhetorical c. Ironic d. Understated 4. Referring to Michael Jordan as “His Airness” is a form of ______ which is most familiar to you from sports pages.
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Unformatted text preview: a. Reverse structures b. Parallelism c. Antonomasia d. Hyperbole 5. I will fight for you. I will fight to save Social Security. I will fight to raise minimum wage. These sentences are an example of which type of scheme? a. Parallelism b. Antithesis c. Anaphora d. Reverse structures 6. A trope is a change in the ordinary meaning of a word, while a scheme is a: a. trademark b. special arrangement of words c. evil plan d. implied comparison...
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