Jeopardy. Poetry Terms. Q 6. Q 11. Q 16. Q 21. Q 1. Q 2. Q 7. Q 12. Q 17. Q 22. Q 8. Q 13. Q 18. Q 3. Q 23. Q 9. Q 4. Q 14. Q 19. Q 24. Q 5. Q 10. Q 15. Q 20. Q 25. Final Jeopardy. Question 1. The repetition of consonant sounds at the beginning of words. Answer 1.
The repetition of consonant soundsat the beginning of words.
What is – alliteration?
Language enriched by word imagesand figures of speech.
What is – figurative language ?
A figure of speech which uses adeliberate exaggeration.
Series of duplicate sounds of words or of lines of verse.
What is – rhyme ?
A concrete thing used to suggest something larger and more abstract.
What is – a symbol ?
Piece of writing that portrays an
What is – poetry ?
Words whose sound imitates theirsuggested meaning.
What is – onomatopoeia ?
A symbolic interpretation of writtenwork; suggested meanings, varied
What is – connotation?
The close repetition of middle vowelsounds.
What is – assonance ?
A figure of speech in which humanqualities are attributed to animals,inanimate objects, or ideas.
What is – personification ?
A figure of speech in which a comparison is made between twounlike things using the words “like”or “as.”
What is – simile ?
A rhyme between words in thesame line.
What is – internal rhyme ?
The reflection of an author’sattitude toward his or her subject.
What is – tone?
A type of a poem that tells a story
What is – narrative poetry?
A partial or imperfect rhyme, oftenusing assonance or consonance only .
What is – near rhyme ?
Words and phrases that create vividsensory experiences for a reader.
What is – imagery ?
The repetition of identical consonantsounds before and after differingvowel sounds.
What is – consonance ?
A figure of speech in which an impliedcomparison is made between two unlike things.
What is – a metaphor ?
The arrangement of rhymes in apoem or stanza.
What is – rhyme scheme ?
The feeling or atmosphere that awriter creates for a reader; reflectionof an author’s attitude toward asubject or theme.
What is – mood ?
One of the divisions of a poem, composed of two or more lines usually characterized by a common pattern of meter, rhyme, and number of lines; quatrain is an example
What is – a stanza ?
Point of view that the poem is told
from; could be the author but in most
cases its not
What is – speaker ?
Two lines of verse with similar end-rhymes.
What is – a couplet ?
Verse composed of variable, usually unrhymed lines having no fixed metrical pattern. .
What is – free verse ?
A lyric poem of fourteen lines, following one or another of several set rhyme-schemes.
What is – a sonnet ?
What poetic devices are used in the
following line? (At least two!!!)
“Once upon a midnight dreary, as I
pondered weak and weary”
What are alliteration, internal
rhyme, or assonance?