|1.||What is a variety of language that is characteristic of a particular region or group of people called?|
|2.||Explain how writers use imagery to affect their readers.|
|3.||A thesis is a statement that is found in nonfiction persuasive essays.|
|4.||Read the following passage from Mary Wollstonecraft's A Vindication of the Rights of Woman. Then answer question 4.|
In the government of the physical world, it is observable that the female in point of strength is, in general, inferior to the male. This is the law of nature, and it does not appear to be suspended or abrogated in favor of woman. A degree of physical superiority cannot, therefore, be denied—and it is a noble prerogative!Explain how the author uses argument in this passage.
|5.||Click the correct definition of the underlined word.|
Her indignation at the insult was not obvious from her calm expression.
| A.||devoutness; reverence|
| B.||disorder; an uproar|
| C.||anger aroused by something unjust or mean|
| D.||the state of being familiar with|
|6.||A symbol is a person, animal, place, object, or event in a text that exists on a literal level as well as on a __________ level.|
|7.||When a poet continues a sentence in a poem from one line to the next, he or she uses __________.|
| C.||free verse|
| D.||sensory details|
|8.||Read the following lines from Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice. Then answer question 8.|
"Is he married or single?"This excerpt is an example of __________.
"Oh! Single, my dear, to be sure! A single man of large fortune; four or five thousand a year. What a fine thing for our girls!"
"How so? How can it affect them?"
| A.||an allusion|
| B.||a journal|
| C.||a sonnet|
|9.||A gothic novel is typically light-hearted and humorous.|
|10.||A long, serious lyric poem that sometimes celebrates a person, quality, or object is known as a(n) __________.|