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Reading ISAT Vocabulary - RIT 191-240

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This resource is intended for occasional review of vocabulary used in the ISAT, based on the DesCartes Vocabulary by RIT document.

  • Suggestion: Randomly select 8-10 words each time you use this with your class
  • The words are organized by RIT Band to allow you to focus on a particular set of skills. The RIT Bands are coded by color.
  • Definitions were taken from a generic student glossary. You may choose to change the definition to better fit your curriculum or content, as needed.

Below 151

201-210

201-210

201-210

221-230

231-240

191-200

241-250

221-230

251-260

221-230

261-270

221-230

Above 271

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Question 1

A. Brief Biography

B. Annotated Bibliography

C. Thesis Paper

D. Ordered List

A list of books used for research that includes a brief explanation of each is an ______ ______.

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Answer 1

Annotated

Bibliography

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Question 2

A. Editorial

B. Newspaper

C. Sonnet

D. Quote

What kind of article, often written by an editor, expresses an opinion?

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Answer 2

Editorial

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Question 3

A. Note cards

B. Bibliography

C. Footnote

D. Reference

What kind of note appears at the bottom of the page of a research paper?

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Answer 3

Footnote

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Question 4

A. Metaphor

B. Paradox

C. Oxymoron

D. Figurative Language

What kind of figure of speech uses one thing to describe something else that’s different?

Example: “All the world’s a stage” (Shakespeare)

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Answer 4

Metaphor

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Question 5

A. First Syllable

B. Thesis Paper

C. Vowel Blend

D. Middle Sound

The part of a word that’s heard between the beginning and the ending sounds is the ______ ______.

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Answer 5

Middle Sound

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Question 6

A. Short Story

B. Summary

C. Editorial

D. Novel

A short piece of writing that highlights the main points of a longer piece is a ________.

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Answer 6

Summary

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Question 7

A. Beginning Sound

B. Word Root

C. Vowel Blend

D. Homonym

The base part of a word that gives the word

its meaning is

the _____ _____.

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Answer 7

Word Root

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Question 8

A. Poem

B. Rhyme

C. Alliteration

D. Opposite

What is it called when a series of words all start with the same sound, like in a tongue twister?

Example: Patty planted pretty petunias.

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Answer 8

Alliteration

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Question 9

A. Assonance

B. Alliteration

C. Syllogism

D. Homonym

What is it called when words repeat a similar vowel sound but don’t actually rhyme?

Example: great gray whale

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Answer 9

Assonance

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Question 10

A. Ending Sound

B. Novel

C. Announcement

D. Assumption

Something that is believed to be true without any proof is

an ________.

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Answer 10

Assumption

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Question 11

A. Short Stories

B. British Literature

C. American Literature

D. Personal Narrative

Novels and other writings written in England or other parts of Great Britain are part of _________ __________.

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Answer 11

British Literature

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Question 12

A. Explain

B. Characterize

C. Modify

D. Persuade

To _________ means to describe the qualities or distinctive features of something.

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Answer 12

Characterize

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Question 13

A. Chronological

B. Alphabetical

C. Footnote

D. Consonance

Events listed in the order that they happen, from oldest to newest, are in _________ order.

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Answer 13

Chronological

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Question 14

A. Setting

B. Character

C. Conflict

D. Chapter

The problem or situation in a story that needs to be resolved is the _______.

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Answer 14

Conflict

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Question 15

A. Alliteration

B. Consonance

C. Poetry

D. Antonym

What is it called when words repeat a similar consonant sound but don’t actually rhyme?

Example: big angry gorilla

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Answer 15

Consonance

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Question 16

A. Note card

B. Novel

C. Thesis Paper

D. Coupon

A small piece of paper used to get a discount when buying something

is a _______.

25¢ off

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Answer 16

Coupon

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Question 17

A. Recipe

B. Quote

C. Debate

D. Pun

An organized argument during which each person defends their opinion is a ______.

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Answer 17

Debate

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Question 18

A. Oxymoron

B. Exaggeration

C. Index

D. Homonym

An __________ is when something is described as bigger or better than it really is.

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Answer 18

Exaggeration

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Question 19

A. Exposition

B. Short Story

C. Bibliography

D. Novel

What kind of writing is intended to give information and to explain difficult material?

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Answer 19

Exposition

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Question 20

A. Rising Action

B. Ending Sound

C. Falling Action

D. Summary

The events in a book that come after the plot’s climax are the _______ _____.

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Answer 20

Falling Action

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Question 21

A. Encyclopedia

B. Field Guide

C. Short Story

D. Dictionary

What kind of resource book includes information about local plants, animals, and trails?

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Answer 21

Field Guide

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Question 22

A. Metaphor

B. Flashback

C. Paradox

D. Allusion

What literary device is used to tell about a past event during a story?

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Answer 22

Flashback

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Question 23

A. Editorial

B. Billboard

C. Headline

D. Coupon

What is the title of a newspaper article called, which is intended to get attention?

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Answer 23

Headline

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Question 24

A. Entertainment

B. Literature

C. Humor

D. Instruction

Writing that is intended to teach something is written for the purpose of _______.

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Answer 24

Instruction

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Question 25

A. Antonym

B. Irony

C. Contradict

D. Syllogism

What literary device uses words to express something different or opposite from their actual meaning?

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Answer 25

Irony

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Question 26

A. Extended Metaphor

B. Topic Sentence

C. Literary Device

D. Viewpoint

A technique that an author uses to create a specific effect in a story is a

________ _______.

Examples: figure of speech, flashback

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Answer 26

Literary Device

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Question 27

A. Literary Element

B. Reference Material

C. Folk Tale

D. Novel

Each part of a story, such as the plot, characters, setting and theme,

is an example of

a ______ _______.

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Answer 27

Literary Element

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Question 28

A. Memorial

B. Footnote

C. Memorandum

D. Reference

A short note intended to provide information, and often abbreviated as “memo,” is a _________.

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Answer 28

Memorandum

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Question 29

A. Persuade

B. Quote

C. Contrast

D. Narrate

To tell a story or explain the events in a story is to _________.

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Answer 29

Narrate

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Question 30

A. ABC Order

B. Problem and Solution

C. Order of Events

D. Thesis Paper

The sequence that things happen in a story is the

_____ ___ _______

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Answer 30

Order of Events

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Question 31

A. Parable

B. Fairy Tale

C. Novel

D. Paradox

A story that is told to explain a moral lesson is a ________.

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Answer 31

Parable

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Question 32

A. Opinionated

B. Persuasive

C. Loud

D. Oxymoron

Someone who is able to get others to change their minds about an issue can be described as _______.

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Answer 32

Persuasive

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Question 33

A. Future Tense

B. Past Participle

C. Present Tense

D. Current Events

What tense is used to tell a story that is happening right now?

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Answer 33

Present Tense

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Question 34

What kind of source comes from the people who were really there?

Examples: letters, diaries

A. Pathetic Fallacy

B. Primary Source Historical Documents

C. Biography

D. Reference

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Answer 34

Primary Source Historical Document

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Question 35

A. Pun

B. Cartoon

C. Rhyme

D. Homonym

A ______ is a play on words, which is often humorous.

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Answer 35

Pun

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Question 36

A. Editorial

B. Quote

C. Autobiography

D. Reference

The exact words that a person says are a _______.

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Answer 36

Quote

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Question 37

A. Sonnet

B. Note

C. Reference

D. Novel

Something that is referred to in order to get information is a _________.

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Answer 37

Reference

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Question 38

A. Research Paper

B. Narrative

C. Persuasive Essay

D. Extended Metaphor

What kind of paper summarizes information from several sources and often includes a title page and a bibliography?

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Answer 38

Research Paper

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Question 39

A. Plot

B. Context

C. Scene

D. Fiction

One event in a story or in a play is called a _________.

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Answer 39

Scene

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Question 40

A. Autobiography

B. Letter

C. Secondary Source

D. Narrative Essay

What kind of source tells about an event, but is written by someone who wasn’t actually there?

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Answer 40

Secondary Source

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Question 41

A. Thesis Statement

B. Summary

C. Viewpoint

D. Speech

A ________ is a talk that someone gives, or a written copy of the talk that someone gives.

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Answer 41

Speech

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Question 42

A. Novel

B. Tale

C. Historical Fiction

D. Play

Another name for a short story is a _______.

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Answer 42

Tale

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Question 43

A. Editorial

B. Thesis Paper

C. Persuasive Essay

D. Bibliography

What kind of research paper focuses on a specific topic and is often used in college classes?

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Answer 43

Thesis Paper

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Question 44

A. Literary Device

B. Oxymoron

C. Word Play

D. Pathetic Fallacy

Puns and other humorous uses of words are called _____ _____.

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Answer 44

Word Play

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Question 45

Stories and other writings written anywhere in the world thousands of years ago are part of world and _______ _________.

A. Autobiographies

B. Problem and Solution

C. Ancient Literature

D. Historical Fiction

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Answer 45

World and Ancient Literature

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Question 46

A. Standard English

B. World Literature

C. British Literature

D. Fairy Tale

Stories and other writings written in any country are part of _________ __________.

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Answer 46

World Literature

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Question 47

  • Allusion
  • B. Oxymoron

C. Metaphor

D. Allegory

An indirect reference to something is an __________.

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Answer 47

Allusion

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Question 48

A. Bibliography

B. Chapter

C. Footnote

D. Appendix

The section at the end of a book or research paper that at additional information is an ____________.

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Answer 48

Appendix

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Question 49

A. Personification

B. Viewpoint

C. Characterization

D. Archtype

The act of describing a character by their unique qualities is ____________.

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Answer 49

Characterization

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Question 50

A. Compare

B. Explain

C. Contrast

D. Classify

To ________ things means to describe what makes them different.

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Answer 50

Contrast

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Question 51

A. Extended Metaphor

B. Literary Element

C. Pathetic Fallacy

D. Annotated Bibliography

A metaphor that is used throughout an entire poem or piece of writing is an ________ ________.

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Answer 51

Extended

Metaphor

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Question 52

A. Page Numbers

B. Guide Letters

C. Point of View

D. Alphabetical Order

The letters at the top of a dictionary page that indicate what words are on that page are _______ _______.

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Answer 52

Guide Letters

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Question 53

A. Rhyme

B. Alliteration

C. Homophone

D. Homonym

Two words that sound the same but have different meanings are __________.

Examples: their, they’re, there

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Answer 53

Homophone

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Question 54

A. Word Play

B. Paradox

C. Oxymoron

D. Onomatopoeia

A phrase with words that seem to be opposites is an __________.

Examples: “pretty ugly” or

“jumbo shrimp”

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Answer 54

Oxymoron

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Question 55

A. Plot

B. Resolve

C. Narrate

D. Debate

To _______ a problem means to come to a solution so that the problem is over.

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Answer 55

Resolve

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Question 56

A. Problem and Solution

B. Falling Action

C. Suspense

D. Narration

The anticipation or excitement that builds up in stories like a mystery novel is called ________.

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Answer 56

Suspense

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Question 57

An original model or pattern that others follow is an ________.

A. Allegory

B. Primary Source Document

C. Archetype

D. Syllogism

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Answer 57

Archetype

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Question 58

A. Contradict

B. Persuade

C. Symbolize

D. Contrast

To express an opposing opinion or to go against an idea is to ________.

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Answer 58

Contradict

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Question 59

A. Present Tense

B. Rising Action

C. First Person

D. Narrative Essay

A story told by someone who is actually part of the story is told in ______ _______.

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Answer 59

First Person

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Question 60

A. Poetry

B. Iambic Pentameter

C. Word Family

D. Assonance

What common meter used in poetry consists of sets of five unaccented and accented syllables?

Sounds like

“daDUM daDUM daDUM daDUM daDUM”

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Answer 60

Iambic

Pentameter

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Question 61

A. Standard English

B. Falling Action

C. Metric Feet

D. Pathetic Fallacy

The sets of syllables that make up the pattern of poetry are called _____ ______.

Hint: Iambic pentameter has five per line

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Answer 61

Metric Feet

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Question 62

A. Oxymoron

B. Archetype

C. Antithesis

D. Omniscient

Someone who knows EVERYTHING is ____________.

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Answer 62

Omniscient

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Question 63

A. Paradox

B. Scansion

C. Exposition

D. Syllogism

A statement that appears to contradict itself is a _______________.

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Answer 63

Paradox

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Question 64

A. Extended Metaphor

B. Pathetic Fallacy

C. Allegory

D. Metric Feet

Giving human emotions to inanimate objects or nature is _______ ______.

Example: “cruel wind”

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Answer 64

Pathetic Fallacy

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Question 65

A. Stereotype

B. Viewpoint

C. Second Person

D. Persuasive Essay

What form of writing uses the pronoun “you”?

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Answer 65

Second Person

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Question 66

  • Scansion
  • B. Paradox

C. Sonnet

D. Metonymy

A fourteen-line poem with a fixed rhyming pattern is a _________.

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Answer 66

Sonnet

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Question 67

A. British

B. Standard

C. American

D. Literal

Proper, grammatically correct English is referred to as

_______ English.

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Answer 67

Standard English

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Question 68

A. Archetype

B. Synecdoche

C. Stereotype

D. Footnote

A conventional or commonly held belief that is often untrue or over simplified is a __________.

Example: Blondes are dumb

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Answer 68

Stereotype

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Question 69

A. Footnotes

B. Literary Element

C. Secondary Source

D. Supporting Details

The extra information provided in a story that makes it more interesting and meaningful are ________ ________.

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Answer 69

Supporting

Details

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Question 70

A. Symbolism

B. Allusion

C. Assonance

D. Myth

The use of symbols to represent things or events is __________.

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Answer 70

Symbolism

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Question 71

A. Reference

B. Symbolize

C. Persuade

D. Contrast

To represent or to act as a symbol is to _________.

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Answer 71

Symbolize

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Question 72

A. Second Person

B. Folk Tale

C. Metonymy

D. Third Person

A story written about other people, using pronouns such as “they” is written in what form?

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Answer 72

Third Person

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Question 73

A. Stereotype

B. Consonance

C. Viewpoint

D. First Person

The position from which an event or object is seen is a __________.

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Answer 73

Viewpoint

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Question 74

A. Exposition

B. Paradox

C. Omniscient

D. Antithesis

Something that is the opposite is the __________.

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Answer 74

Antithesis

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Question 75

A. Metonymy

B. Extended Metaphor

C. Allegory

D. Irony

A figure of speech in which a word or phrase is substituted for another word or phrase that is closely related is ___________.

Example: “Washington” for

“United States government”

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Answer 75

Metonymy

Pronounced: me-TŏN-eh-mee

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Question 76

A. Metric Feet

B. Exposition

C. Iambic Pentameter

D. Scansion

The analysis of the metric patterns in poetry is ________.

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Answer 76

Scansion

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Question 77

A. Metonymy

B. Synecdoche

C. Consonance

D. Allusion

A figure of speech in which a part is used as the whole, or the whole is used for a part is a _________.

Example: “law” for “police officer”

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Answer 77

Synecdoche

Pronounced: sin-EK-doh-kee

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