Academic Vocab Review Fall 2011 #3: Question Preview (ID: 7837)


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Extreme exaggeration in literature is _________
a) Hyperbole b) A metaphor c) Personification d) Imagery
A comparison between two unlike things where one becomes the other is _________
a) A metaphor b) A simile c) Personification d) Hyperbole
A comparison between two unlike things where one is similar to another is ________
a) A simile b) A metaphor c) Personification d) Imagery
________ is when the author gives a non-human thing human characteristics.
a) Personification b) A simile c) Hyperbole d) Imagery
Vivid language that enable the reader to visualize is __________
a) Imagery b) Personification c) A simile d) Hyperbole
Any language that means more than what is written (must be interpreted) is _______
a) Figurative language b) Literature c) Adjectives and adverbs d) Weak verbs
--The drill sergeant was a barking dog-- is an example of _________
a) A metaphor b) A simile c) Hyperbole d) Imagery
--Her voice was as pure as moonlight-- is an example of __________
a) A simile b) A metaphor c) Imagery d) Personification
--The scissors danced merrily across the paper-- is an example of ________
a) Personification b) A simile c) Hyperbole d) Imagery
--The terrifying mobster was as big as a house-- is an example of ___________
a) Hyperbole b) Imagery c) Personification d) A metaphor
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