down while the fire fighters were away fighting another fire. a.Zeugma b.Situational Irony c.Oxymorond.Metaphor
32.“A breeze blew through the room, blue curtains in at one end and out the other…twisting them up toward the frosted wedding-cakeof a ceiling, and then rippled over the wine-colored rug, making a shadow on it….” –F. Scott In George Orwell’s Animal Farm, the pigs act out a dystopian society demonstrating the brutality and dishonesty of the Soviet communist system.
33.In Romeo and Juliet the audience knowsthat Juliet isn’t truly dead, but Romeo does not.
34.“It isn’t very serious. I have this tiny littletumoron the brain.” (Catcher in the Rye)
35.“Snap, crackle, pop!” (Rice Krispies commercial)a.Simileb.Paradoxc.Onomatopoeia d.Metaphor
36.For theirfinal assignment, the classhad to build a dancing robot.
37.Based on the factthat the door was unlocked, we believethat the killer was someone known to the victim.
38.“The data is perfectly clear: this investment has consistently turned a profit year-over-year, even in spite of market declines in other areas.”
39.In Henry IV, Part I, Prince Hal calls the large character of Falstaff “this sanguinecoward, this bedpresser, this horseback breaker, this huge hill of flesh.”a.Ambiguityb.Connotationc.Homily d.Invective
40.Her eyes were lasers boring holes through me. a.Generic Conventionsb.Caricaturec.Aphorismd.Invective41.In George Orwell’s Animal Farm, the pigs act out a dystopian society demonstrating the brutality and dishonesty of the Soviet communist system.
42.I arrived at the San Diego airportafter a long, bumpy ride and multiple delays.
43.The Mona Lisa is best knownfor her mysterious smile. a.Allusionb.Colloquial/Colloquialismc.Denotationd.Diction