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Rhetorical Device Quiz #1

Ms. Walton

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3.The repetition of a consonant sound at the beginning of two or more words (in the same line or sentence).
5.Comparing two unlike things by using the words such as "like" or "as."
7.An overused statement or phrase
10.Example: I just love being sick!
13.Example: Do I need to tell you again to study and do your homework?
14.Example: In a scary movie, the character walks into a house and the audience knows the killer is in the house.
17.Example: A man branches from the main road to avoid being hit by a speeding car and is suddenly hit by a truck!
18.Example: The bright yellow stars twinkled in the pale moonlight.
19.When something happens, is said, or simply exists that is unexpected.
20.Using diction, details, and figurative language to paint a mental picture for the reader.
1.Example: She is like a breath of fresh air.
2.Someone says one thing but they mean the opposite.
4.A question that is asked but not expected to be answered.
6.Example: Time is a thief.
8.The exact opposite of what is meant to happen, happens, everyone is surprised.
9.Example: Carrie's cat clawed her couch, creating chaos.
11.Example: Flowers danced about in the lawn.
12.When human characteristics and/or abilities are given to a non-human object.
14.The reader/audience is aware of something that the characters are not aware of in the selection.
15.Example: An apple a day keeps the doctor away.
16.Comparing two things by saying one is another without using "like" or "as"

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