Imagery, Irony and Surprise
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by Steve Schmaltz
| 6 Questions
Note from the author:
Schmaltz
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Choose the best definition of Imagery.
Descriptive details that appeals to the five senses.
Descriptive language that creates pictures in readers’ minds.
All of the above.
None of the above.
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Which of the following is an example of Imagery? Select all that apply.
The bird flew.
The yellow hummingbird’s wings fluttered like a propeller.
The putrid odor of fish guts and dirty diapers danced into my nose.
The trash stinks.
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Choose the best definition of Situational Irony.
A literary device where you say the opposite of what you mean.
A literary device where the opposite of what is expected to happen actually happens.
When the reader knows more about the character and/or plot of the story than the characters in the story do.
All of the above.
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1
Which of the following is an example of Situational Irony?
The teacher failed the test.
The big, mean, scary Halloween monster gets frightened by a little mouse.
The fire station burns down.
All of the above.
None of the above.
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Choose the best definition of Dramatic Irony?
A literary device where you say the opposite of what you mean.
A literary device where the opposite of what is expected to happen actually happens.
When the reader knows more about the character and/or plot of the story than the characters in the story do.
All of the above.
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1
Which of the following is an example of Dramatic Irony?
The police station is robbed.
In the movie Toy Story, the audience knows that the toys come to life, but the characters in the movie do not.
All of the above.
None of the above.
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