7th Fall Final Review: Figurative Language And Types Of Questions: Question Preview (ID: 17028)


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Asks for an opinion, a belief, or a point of view. Responses may represent different perspectives and should be supported with evidence from the text (ex. Do you agree or disagree?)
a) Literal Question b) Interpretive Question c) Evaluative Question d) Universal Question
May have more than one answer and requires that the answer be supported with evidence from the text (ex. What does this mean?)
a) Literal Question b) Interpretive Question c) Evaluative Question d) Universal Question
A knowledge level, fact-based question asked for clarification (who, what, when, where, why, how)
a) Literal Question b) Interpretive Question c) Evaluative Question d) Universal Question
An expression that has a different meaning from the literal meaning of its individual words is known as ________________.
a) Refrain b) Repetition c) Hyperbole d) Idiom
The act of repeating for emphasis is known as ______________.
a) Refrain b) Repetition c) Hyperbole d) Idiom
An intentional and extreme exaggeration for emphasis or effect is known as ________________.
a) Refrain b) Repetition c) Hyperbole d) Idiom
A group of words repeated at key intervals in poetry is known as _______________.
a) Simile b) Metaphor c) Personification d) Refrain
Figurative language in which non-human things or abstractions are represented as having human qualities is known as _________________.
a) Simile b) Metaphor c) Personification d) Refrain
A comparison in which the author describes a person or thing using words that are not meant to be taken literally is known as ______________.
a) Simile b) Metaphor c) Personification d) Refrain
Language that is not intended to be taken literally is _____________.
a) Simile b) Metaphor c) Figurative Language d) Personification
A comparison of two things that are essentially different, usually using the words like or as is known as ______________.
a) Simile b) Metaphor c) Figurative Language d) Personification
Open-ended questions that are raised by ideas in the text and transcend social and cultural boundaries and speak to a common human experience (ex. What does the character believe in?)
a) Literal Question b) Interpretive Question c) Evaluative Question d) Universal Question
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