Literary Terms List 3

Literary Terms List 3

Use and understand literary terms list 3. Team one and team 2. Each question counts one point and bonus counts five points

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Also known as a double rhyme.

feminine rhyme
Internal Rhyme
Two rhyme
Repeated rhyme

Two or more syllables that together make the smallest unit of rhythm in a poem.

Select the one correct answers
Dimeter
Meter
Foot
Form

Also known as Caesura.

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Break
Grammatical Pause
Comma
Dash

A line of verse consisting of seven metrical feet.

An exaggerated statement or claim not meant to be taken literally.

Which of the following are figures of speech?

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Hyperbole
Rhythm
Caesura
Imagery
Foot
Juxtaposition

Hear/Ear

Once by the Pacific - the clouds were low and hairy...like locks blown forward in the gleam of eyes.

A song commonly sung by the common people of a religion and forms part of the culture

Which of the following is an example of figurative language?

Waves of the ocean, bubbling and gurgling
His pale skin
The sun shines on the shore.
Its fleece was white as snow.

A poem where the meter and rhyme scheme are governed by a particular pattern.

True or false. Even free verse poetry must have a rhyme scheme.

True
False

A line of verse with six metrical feet.

I DREAMED| there WOULD| be SPRING| no MORE.

Example: Blank verse

*BONUS*: seventeen :)

Who is the best teacher?

Mrs. Fambrough
Mr.Dollar
Mrs. Claxton
Mrs. Boatwright