Poetry

Is this your test? Login to manage it. If not, you can create a test just like it.

1.
1 point
Poetry that tells a story in verse. They often have elements like those in a short story, such as setting, plot, and characters
2.
1 point
A comparison using 'like' or 'as'
3.
1 point
bashful:shy::talkative:
4.
1 point
A three-line Japanese verse form
5.
1 point
An exaggeration that is so dramatic that no one would believe the statement to be true.
6.
1 point
An expression that is understood by meaning, not by it's literal interpretation.
7.
1 point
A figure of speech in which human characteristics are given to an inhuman object.
8.
1 point
Which type of figurative language is being used?
The campfire popped and crackled.
9.
1 point
large:giant::small:
10.
1 point
Humorous five-line poems with specific rhythm pattern and rhyme scheme.
11.
1 point
A comparison that does NOT use the words 'like' or 'as'
12.
1 point
Repeating of the same initial letter, sound, or group of sounds in a series of words.
13.
1 point
day:month::minute:_________
14.
1 point
The use of a word to describe or imitate a natural sound of a sound made by an object or action.
15.
1 point
A pair of rhyming lines that usually have the same meter and length
16.
1 point
Which type of figurative language is being used?
Her mind raced with fearful thoughts.
17.
1 point
Poetry that expresses thoughts and feelings of a single speaker, often in a very musical verse
18.
1 point
When the opposite of what should happen occurs.
19.
1 point
What type of analogy is this?
nose:face::wheel:bike
20.
1 point
Poetry that is defined by its lack of strict structure.
21.
1 point
Songlike poems that tell a story, often dealing with adventure and romance
22.
1 point
A poem in the form of a narrative or story that has a second meaning beneath the suface one.
23.
1 point
A statement or situation containing apparently contradictory elements, but on closer inspection may be true.
24.
1 point
Like a tiger skalking its prey, he eyed the last cookie.
25.
1 point
What type of analogy is this?
permit:allow::initiate:begin
26.
1 point
Which type of figurative language is being used?
Pretty pansies pleasantly populated the porch.