Literary Terms
Literary Devices
Rhetorical Appeals
Pronouns
Agreement
100

Internal/External 

What is conflict?

100

Identify the device in use: 

The springtime breeze brought the scent of lilies and tulips in a meadow of calm.

What is imagery?

100

If the number of crimes does not diminish, the city will have to enforce a curfew and deploy more law enforcement.

What is logos?

100

The recent development between the two organizations has impacted the investor and (we/us).

What is "us"?

100

The deck of cards (is/are) lost. 

What is "is"?

200

The deeper, underlying meaning or message of a text

What is theme?

200

Identify the device in use:

Does a dream dry up like a raisin in the sun?

What is simile?

200

Every day a neglected, hungry, and abandoned child dies of starvation in our own city. 

What is pathos?

200

Your secret is safe with her and (I/me).

What is "me"?

200

Four out of five athletes in our local university (has applied/have applied) to the scholarship program. 

What is "have applied"?

300

An object, person, or place that takes on larger meaning than itself

What is symbolism?

300

Identify the device in use:

My wife is a precious jewel.

What is a metaphor?

300

According to the Bureau of Transportation, without the proper use of seatbelts, one in every five drivers will be involved in a dangerous or deadly accident. 

What is logos?

300

(Them/They) and the tourists purchased tickets to the Broadway show.

What is "they"?

300

The shipment of precious stones and gems (was received/were received) early Saturday morning. 

What is "was received"? 

400

The process of presenting thoughts, behaviors, or speech

What is characterization?

400

A writer's deliberate choice of words

What is diction?

400

Actor Samuel L. Jackson appears on commercials for Capital One Bank.

What is ethos?

400

The coach and (she/her) designed a full workout schedule to start the season. 

What is "she"?

400

Students, as well as their teacher, (love/loves) long weekends off from school. 

What is "love?"

500

Contradictory statements or situations reveal a reality that is different from what appears to be true.

What is irony?

500

A writer's attitude toward the subject he or she is writing about, usually described in adjectives. 

What is tone?

500

At Johnson & Johnson, we believe good health is the foundation of vibrant lives, thriving communities and forward progress. And for more than 130 years, we have aimed to keep people well at every age and every stage of life.

What is ethos?

500

I will never forget the day when our neighbor and (us/we) saved the stray kitten. 

What is "we"?

500

Neither the skaters nor the skiers (practice/practices) on a daily basis.

What is "practice"?

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