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1. In poetry, what is internal rhyme?
The repetition of words or phrases A final word in a line rhymes with the final word of nearby line A word in the middle of a line rhymes with a nearby word The title rhymes with a word in the poem
2. What is assonance?
Literal language The repetition of a beginning consonant sound The repetition of a final consonant sound The repetition of a vowel sound
3. Read this Jesse crept into the kitchen surreptitiously, quietly sneaking in to raid the refrigerator.
Based the context of this sentence, what is the meaning of surreptitiously?
Cleverly Handily Stealthily Wisely
4. Read this A single solitary chickadee has remained at the feeder for three hours, defending it from all interlopers.
The words interlopers and defending suggest which of the following?
Compassion Grief Hostility Pity
5. Read the following lines from Thomas Moore's "The Light of Other Days": When I remember all/The friends so link'd together I've seen around me fall/Like leaves in wintry weather What does the writer compare to the "leaves in wintry weather"?
A special winter Memories of the past Memories of fall Missing friends

Answer

1) Internal rhyme is when a word in the middle of a line rhymes with a nearby word.
2) Assonance is the repetition of a vowel word
3) Stealthily (meaning sneaky)
4) hostility (the only thing that needs protecting)
5) I'm not so sure.
It depends on your point of view.

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Upload Date: 5/31/2017

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