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. It also tells a story, like epic poems which is often based on a legend or a folk tale.

a. epic b. ballad poems c. descriptive poem


. It is a short poem which has the characteristics of a song. It pertains to a single mood or feeling and is more personal in nature.
a. lyric poem b. sonnet c. elegy

. This form of poetry describes events in a vivid way, using some of the elements as short stories, plot characters and dialogue.
a. narrative poetry b. descriptive poem c. ode
. It is a word composition arranged in a rhythmic pattern.
a. poetry b. rhyming scheme c. lyric poem

. It describes an object or action in a way that isn’t literally true but helps explain an idea or make a comparison.
a. metaphor b. simile c. hyperbole

. Also known as 'the art of making things up'.

a. creative art b. creative writing c. literature


. It is a term in which a series of words begin with the same consonant sound.

a. consonatation b. alliteration c. sound pattern


. It includes figurative and metaphorical language to improve the reader’s experience through their senses.
a. figure of speech b. imagery c. creative writing
. It is traditionally referred to as literature which writing is done in a way that is not academic or technical but still attracts an audience.

a. creative art b. creative writing c. literature


. It is a word or phrase that has a meaning other than the literal meaning.
a. figure of speech b. pattern of speech c. imagery

. It is derived from a Greek word meaning “over-casting,”


a. alliteration b. hyperbole c. latira
. It refers to language and word choice of the writer
a. accent b. diction c. a and c

. It involves an exaggeration of ideas for the sake of emphasis.


a. hyperbole b. metaphor c. simile
. It is derived from Latin’s word which means “letters of alphabet.”
a. alliteration b. latira c. a and b

. It shows the level of formality of a text which helps in shaping the perception and view of the readers.
a. accent b. diction c. a and c

. It makes a comparison, showing similarities between two different things


a. metaphor b. simile c. hyperbole
. Words or phrases that describe the content of the text vividly and adds power to writing.

a. sensory details b. figures of speech c. a and b


. It is language used by poets, novelists and other writers to create images in the mind of the reader.
a. figure of speech b. imagery c. creative writing
. It is the use of words that imitate the sounds associated with the objects or actions they refer to.

a. alliteration b. onomatopeia c. sound pattern


. Attribution of human qualities to a thing.

a. personification b. identification c. simile


. This is a long and narrative poem that normally tells a story about a hero or an adventure.
a. epic b. ballad poems c. descriptive poem

. It has identifiable characteristics regarding its structure, form, word arrangement, word choice, and usage.
a. poetry b. rhyming scheme c. lyric poem
. It is known to follow a strict pattern of rhyme and classified into Petrarchan, Shakespearean, Spenserian and Miltonic sonnets.
a. sonnet b. lyric poem c. elegy

. It is a poem that uses detailed words to create imagery of a person, animal or inanimate object.
a. narrative poetry b. descriptive poem c. ode

. This is a lyric poem which expresses lament and mourning of the dead, feeling of grief and melancholy.

a. sonnet b. lyric poem c. elegy


. It means little song.

a. sonneto b. soneto c. sonetto


. It is used to express one’s creative thoughts and feelings through a specialized and heightened language.
a. poetry b. rhyming scheme c. lyric poem
. This is a poem of nobling feeling, expressed with dignity and praises for some persons, objects, events or ideas.

a. narrative poetry b. descriptive poem c. ode


. It is a relatively short poem consisting of merely fourteen lines.
a. sonnet b. lyric poem c. elegy

Test II. Identification. Identify the figures of speech in the phrase below (onomatopoeia, simile, alliteration, hyperbole, metaphor,
personification, and allusion). Write your answer on the space provided. (2pts. each)

1. “Books are the mirrors of the soul.” – Virginia Woolf


2. “I wandered lonely as a cloud that floats on high o’er vales and hills.” – William Wordsworth
3. “I’ll love you, dear, I’ll love you
Till China and Africa meet,” - W. H. Auden
4. “Have you got a brook in your little heart,
Where bashful flowers blow,
And blushing birds go down to drink,
And shadows tremble so?” - Emily Elizabeth Dickenson
5. “Don’t act like a Romeo in front of her.”
6. “His soul swooned slowly as he heard the snow falling faintly through the universe and faintly falling, like the
descent of their last end, upon all the living and the dead.” – James Joyce
7. “The moan of doves in immemorial elms,
And murmuring of innumerable bees…” - Alfred Lord Tennyson
8. “I’m getting married in the morning!
Ding dong! the bells are gonna chime.” - Lerner and Loewe
9. “And the river jumps over the mountain
And the salmon sing in the street,” - W. H. Auden
10. “My brother is the black sheep of the family.”