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Japanese form of poetry in which a few precise images are used to capture the feeling of a single moment.
a) haiku b) sonnet c) ballad d) lyric poem
a poem that aims only at expressing a speaker’s emotions or thoughts
a) ballad b) lyric c) sonnet d) haiku
a poem that tells a story and is meant to be sung or recited.
a) lyric b) haiku c) ballad d) sonnet
each set or group of stressed and unstressed syllables
a) meter b) rhyme scheme c) iamb d) rhythm
the pattern of rhythm in a poem
a) meter b) foot c) iamb d) rhyme
the pattern or flow of sound created by the arrangement of syllables
a) rhythm b) rhyme c) meter d) iamb
two consecutive lines of poetry that rhyme
a) sestet b) onomotopeia c) slant rhyme d) couplet
rhymes in the middle of lines
a) internal rhyme b) end rhyme c) slant rhyme d) rhythm
near rhymes where the words are very similar, but do not exactly rhyme (civility/immortality)
a) internal rhyme b) end rhyme c) slant rhyme d) rhythm
the pattern of rhyme in a poem.
a) internal rhyme b) rhyme scheme c) slant rhyme d) end rhyme
a stanza with 6 lines
a) couplet b) sestet c) octave d) quatrain
a stanza with 8 lines
a) couplet b) quatrain c) sestet d) octave
a stanza with 4 lines
a) couplet b) sestet c) octave d) quatrain
the repetition of consonant sounds in the middle of or at the end of words
a) rhythm b) rhyme c) consonance d) assonance
the repetition of vowel sounds
a) rhythm b) rhyme c) assonance d) consonance
the repetition of consonant sounds at the beginning of words
a) onomotopeia b) alliteration c) assonance d) consonance
the use of words whose sound suggests their meaning
a) onomotopeia b) alliteration c) assonance d) consonance
descriptive words and phrases that recreate sensory experiences (taste, touch, see, hear, feel)
a) simile b) metaphor c) personification d) imagery
poetry that does not contain a regular pattern of rhyme or meter
a) blank verse b) sonnet c) free verse d) haiku
The pattern of syllables in a haiku is:
a) 5-7-5 b) 3-5-3 c) 7-5-7 d) 5-3-5
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