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When a poet compares two things by using like or as.
a) simile
b) metaphor
c) personification
d) refrain

When a poet compares two things directly, without using like or as.
a) metaphor
b) simile
c) personification
d) refrain

When a poet repeats a word, phrase, line or group of lines.
a) refrain
b) simile
c) personification
d) stanza

A single unit of poetry; it may or may not be a complete sentence.
a) line
b) stanza
c) simile
d) metaphor

A group of lines that form a unit.
a) stanza
b) line
c) personification
d) refrain

When a poet gives human qualities to an inanimate object.
a) personification
b) metaphor
c) simile
d) hyperbole

When an author uses exaggeration for emphasis or effect.
a) hyperbole
b) metaphor
c) simile
d) personification

A piece of writing organized in lines.
a) poem
b) line
c) stanza
d) metaphor

When a poet uses two or more words with similar end sounds.
a) rhyme
b) refrain
c) metaphor
d) simile

When a poet compares two unlike things directly, without like or as.
a) metaphor
b) simile
c) personification
d) hyperbole

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