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1. It is generally written and it may base on reality or imagination.
a) A. Prose b) B. Poetry c) C. Literature d) D. Fiction
2. It came from the Latin word “prosa oratio” means direct or straightforward speech.
a) A. Literature b) B. Poetry c) C. Fiction d) D. Prose
3. It is said to have come from ancient songs, prayers, or rituals. It has a rhyme, meter and stanza.
a) A. Poetry b) B. Prose c) C. Fiction d) D. Literature
4. It is a form of literature that is more informative and factual prose writing.
a) A. Fiction b) B. Non-Fiction c) C. Prose d) D. Poetry
5. It is a form of Literature that is more on imaginary events and people.
a) A. Prose b) B. Non-Fiction c) C. Fiction d) D. Poetry
6. It is a type of Non-Fiction prose, came from the Greek words autos (life) and graphein (write). An account of person’s life written by that person.
a) A. Diary b) B. Essay c) C. Biography d) D. Autobiography
7. It is a type of Non-Fiction prose, an account of a person’s life written by another individual.
a) A. Biography b) B. Autobiography c) C. Diary d) D. Essay
8. A literary work in the form of a letter or a series of letters.
a) A. Diary b) B. Epistle c) C. Essay d) D. Biography
9. A type of Fiction prose, a short story in which the main characters are animals.
a) A. Fairy Tale b) B. Frame-Tale c) C. Fable d) D. Parable
10. A simple story used to illustrate a moral or spiritual lesson.
a) A. Fairy Tale b) B. Frame-Tale c) C. Fable d) D. Parable
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