eng 1a exam

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eng 1a exam
2014-11-17 14:24:48

Resumo eng 1a exam
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  1. verbal irony:
    Is when a literal meaning is contrary to its intended effect.
  2. A reference to a period or a person from history or another artistic work.
  3. Analogy.
    A comparision that focuses on something similar between two things that are otherwise not the same.
  4. Run slowly is na example of...
  5. Pathetic Fallacy:
    Giving human atributes (thoughts and feelings) to non-human things.
  6. Giving human qualities (form or action) is ...
  7. A ....... is a thoughtful reflection or examination of a significant moment or moments in the writer's own life.
  8. A comparison without using "like" or "as".
  9. A play on words with collier, choler and collar is called:
  10. When the circumstances turn out differently from what the reader expects or anticipates is a.....
    Situational Irony
  11. Stereotype is ...
    Putting people into groups based on race, religion, nationality, etc.
  12. Sarcasm:
    A sharp and often satirical or ironic expression designed to cut or give pain; ridicule is a important aspect of sarcasm.
  13. ..... is the message or lesson that the author wants readers to understand from the story.
  14. Who tells Santiago about "the world's greatest lie"?
    The old man, Melchizedek (the king of Salem).
  15. The old man removes two stones and gives them to Santiago, saying the stones are called Urim and Thummim, they represent...
    Yes and No and they will help the boy to read the omens.
  16. In alchemy, what is the principle that governs all things?
    The Soul of the World.
  17. "I can resist anything except temptation" is an example of.....
  18. ........ is the subject of the alchemist's story in the prologue.
  19. Barking dogs are the best house protectors. Is in the....
    a. infinitive
    b. gerund
    c. participle
  20. The spoken word is not as powerful as the written word. Is in the...
    a. infinitive
    b. gerund
    c. participle
  21. What occurs in the exposition of a story?
    The characters and the setting are introduced.
  22. Denotation
    The literal dictionary meaning of the word.
  23. In The Interlopers, who is the protagonist?
    Ulrich von Gradwitz
  24. What is a Fable?
    A short tale that illustrates a message or moral.
  25. When do you use One Another?
    When you have 3 people or more
  26. Foil
    A character who contrasts with another character to highlight various features.
  27. What is a quatrain?
    A poetic stanza of 4 lines.
  28. WHat is Iambic Meter?
    An unstressed syllable followed by a stressed syllable
  29. After, although, as, as if, because, until, whatever, even though,.... are examples of ________.
    Dependent markers
  30. Simple sentences contain...
    One independent clause.
  31. Shakespearean sonnets contain ho many lines?
  32. Aside
    A comment made by a character that is heard by the audience but not by the other characters.
  33. What is an Hyperbole?
    A metaphor that's exaggerated.
  34. What is Capulet's reaction when he finds out that Juliet refuses to marry Paris?
    He threatens to disown her
  35. What does Juliet say she will do if she cannot find a way out of marrying paris?
    She will kill herself
  36. How will romeo learn of Friar Laurence's plan?
    Another Friar will give Romeo a letter
  37. Why does Paris go the Capulet tomb?
    To place flowers there
  38. How does Juliet kill herself?
    She stabs herself in the heart
  39. At the conclusion of the play, what happens between the Capulets and Montagues?
    They make peace and agree to make gold statues of their children
  40. What is the outcome of the fight between Romeo and Tybalt?
    Tybalt dies
  41. A... is a long, dramatic speech by one speaker
  42. What is a rhetorical question?
    A question that is asked but for which no answer is expected.
  43. A... is the sequence of events in a story
  44. What are the develops of a plot?
    • Exposition
    • Rising Action
    • Climax
    • Falling Action
    • Resolution
  45. Dictition
    • - The choice of words na author uses
    • - It helps to convey feeling and meaning
  46. Setting
    The time and place where the story or narrative occurs
  47. Examples and meanings of Foreign Phrases
    • -Caveat emptor = "Buyer beware"
    • -Carte blanche = " Blank check"
    • -Tete a tete = "Private conversation"
    • -Pas de deux = " Ballet duet"
    • - Bom appetit = " Have a good meal"
    • - Quid pro quo = "A favor for a favor"
  48. Dramatic Irony
    When the audience knows something that the character does not
  49. Restrictive or essential clause
    • -a adjective clause essential to the meaning of a sentence
    • -The phrase would change if the clause were deleted
    • Ex: All students WHO DO THEIR WORK should pass easy
  50. Compound Sentence
    Two independente clauses
  51. Complex Sentence
    one independente clause and one or more dependente clauses
  52. Personal legend is...
    A one-time experience
  53. Consonance
    Repetition of a consonante sound in the middle or end of a word
  54. Alliteration
    • The repetition of the initial consonante sounds in a series of words.
    • It adds rhythm or emphasizes emotion
  55. Tone shift
    A change in tone
  56. Iambic Pentameter
    5 units of Iambic Meter
  57. Blank Verse
    Unrhymed lines of iambic pentameter
  58. Mood
    The emotion of the story; The climate of felling in a literary work
  59. Soliloquy
    • A dramatic or literary form of fiscourse in which a character talkf to himself or herself;
    • Revealing personal thoughts or feelings
  60. Active and Passive Voice
    • Active voice= is direct and strong
    • Ex: Peter drove my car - peter ( the subject) did the action of driving the car
    • Passive Voice= is indirect and weak
    • Ex: my car was driven by Peter - Here, car is the subject. The action of driving is done to it
  61. Vignette
    • Is a brief literary work
    • Generally less than 750 words
  62. Imagery
    • words or phrases appealing to the senses- sight, hearing , smell, taste, and touch;
    • It is descripyive diction
  63. simile
    • Comparison that uses "like" or "as"
    • Ex: Sing like na angel
  64. Repetition
    • a fairly straight-forward idea;
    • repeat phrases or words to give emphasis to na idea
  65. Onomatopeia
    • is a way that writers convey a sound;
    • the sound or a word resembles it's meaning
    • Ex: "crack!crack!" to convey the sound of a frog
  66. The Beast in "Beauty and the Best" is a example of...
    Dinamic Character ( a character who envolves, change, or surprise the reader)
  67. Motif
    A reoccuring theme or elemento running through na author's work. Ex: " da dum, da dum" in the film Jaws