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QUESTION 1
1. Satire is a rhetorical device which uses sarcasm and ridicule to make fun of society.
TRUE FALSE
QUESTION 2
1. There are absolute rules for how to write poetry. TRUE
FALSE
QUESTION 3
1. e.e.cummings defied the conventions of writing like punctuation, capitalization, spelling,
and grammar. TRUE FALSE
QUESTION 4
1. Satire is easily written if you consider the problem first and then propose outrageous
solutions to it. TRUE FALSE

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QUESTION 5
1. Nonsense poems don't make sense because none of the grammar rules are followed.
TRUE FALSE
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QUESTION 6
1. Contrast is another way to look at juxtaposition. TRUE
FALSE
2 points
QUESTION 7
1. The Greek root "cert-" means to trust. TRUE FALSE
2 points
QUESTION 8
1. The Latin root "bel" means war. TRUE FALSE
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QUESTION 9
1. Juxtaposition literally means "Near position." TRUE
FALSE
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Surname 1 Name Supervisor Course Date QUESTION 1 1. Satire is a rhetorical device which uses sarcasm and ridicule to make fun of society. TRUE FALSE QUESTION 2 1. There are absolute rules for how to write poetry. TRUE FALSE QUESTION 3 1. e.e.cummings defied the conventions of writing like punctuation, capitalization, spelling, and grammar. TRUE FALSE QUESTION 4 1. Satire is easily written if you consider the problem first and then propose outrageous solutions to it. TRUE FALSE Surname 2 QUESTION 5 1. Nonsense poems don't make sense because none of the grammar rules are followed. TRUE FALSE 2 points QUESTION 6 1. Contrast is another way to look at juxtaposition. TRUE FALSE 2 points QUESTION 7 1. The Greek root "cert-" means to trust. TRUE FALSE 2 points QUESTION 8 1. The Latin root "bel" means war. TRUE FALSE 2 points QUESTION 9 1. Juxtaposition literally means "Near position." FALSE 2 points QUESTION 10 TRUE Surname 3 1. "Transformation Peace" the narrator realizes he has the gift of peace. TRUE FALSE 2 points QUESTION 11 1. The Greek root "arch-" means building. TRUE FALSE QUESTION 12 1. Jonathan Swift and George Orwell both wrote during the same time period. TRUE FALSE 2 points QUESTION 13 1. When writing, the author's goal is to create mental images of each scene in the reader's mind TRUE FALSE 2 points QUESTION 14 1. Rhetoric is a word which means: an effective use of language. TRUE FALSE 2 points QUESTION 15 1. The first step in ...
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