Poetry terminology

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11 Questions - Developed by: kaela - Developed on: - 36.648 taken - User Rating: 3.6 of 5.0 - 10 Votes

  • 1
    When several words begin with the same sound it is called?
    hyperbole
    theme
    alliteration
    simile
    onomatopoeia
  • 2
    What is it called when you give human qualities to a non-human object?
    personification
    imagery
    rhyme scheme
    symbolism
    figurative language
  • 3
    The use of a comparison or an exaggeration to make a point is called?
    alliteration
    rhyme scheme
    metaphor
    figurative language
    hyperbole
  • 4
    A direct comparison of two very different things linking them with the words "like" or "as" is a?
    simile
    personification
    onomatopoeia
    imagery
    theme
  • 5
    A figure of speech or an exaggeration is also a?
    personification
    theme
    hyperbole
    alliteration
    simile
  • 6
    The use of symbols is called?
    alliteration
    imagery
    symbolism
    onomatopoeia
    hyperbole
  • 7
    When you use image words to make you imagine something is?
    alliteration
    hyperbole
    rhyme scheme
    personification
    imagery
  • 8
    When the first line is designated as "A" and the sound at the end of the second line is designated as "B" that is a?
    rhyme scheme
    symbolism
    imagery
    hyperbole
    personification
  • 9
    A direct comparison of two very different things is a?
    imagery
    onomatopoeia
    personification
    metaphor
    theme
  • 10
    What is the main idea of a piece of writing?
    theme
    sumbolism
    figurative language
    metaphor
    alliteration
  • 11
    A word whose sound seems to express or reinforce its meaning words that imitate a sound is?
    personification
    onomatopoeia
    imagery
    theme
    hyperbole

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Selman ( 48194 )
Posted 161 days ago
Please correct the spelling of symbolism in question 10.
Thanks.