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Referencing another person's work within one's own poem is called a(n)...
a) allusion
b) assonance
c) repetition
d) ballad

Which form of poetry has three lines in a 5-7-5 syllable pattern?
a) limerick
b) cinquain
c) haiku
d) diamante

Which of the following is NOT an example of onomatopoeia?
a) The Jabberwock, with eyes of flame...burbled as it came.
b) Beware the Jubjub bird, and shun the frumious Bandersnatch!
c) The vorpal blade went snicker-snack!
d) Flash, bam, alacazam, went the sky.

Which form of poetry always tells a story?
a) nonsense
b) sonnet
c) free verse
d) narrative

What term describes a pattern of poetic lines with similar endings?
a) rhyme scheme
b) free verse
c) near rhyme
d) consonance

What is the difference between assonance and consonance?
a) There is no difference. They're different terms for the same thing.
b) Assonance is the literal meaning, consonance is the figurative meaning.
c) Assonance rhymes perfectly, consonance almost rhymes.
d) Assonance describes vowel sounds, consonance describes consonants.

What is the term for the speaker's attitude towards the topic?
a) tone
b) mood
c) theme
d) rhyme

What is the term for the emotional effect the speaker wishes to create within the poem?
a) tone
b) mood
c) theme
d) rhyme

Which of the following is most characteristic of a ballad?
a) personfication
b) near rhyme
c) chorus / refrain
d) blood

Which of the following pairs is an example of near rhyme?
a) blue / shoe
b) dog / fog
c) fair / bear
d) stereo / rodeo

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