Stylistics 8

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  • STYLISTICS QUIZ 8 

  • 25 QUESTION 35 MINUTES

Name
1.

0010; ...is a relation between the doctionary and contextual logical meanings based on the similarity of certain features of the two corresponding concepts.

2.

0038; How can we also call a stylistic device (SD)?

3.

004; Which metre is described below? The foot consists of two syllables, the second one is stressed.

4.

0042; In "the face of London", or "the pain of the ocean" we deal with ... .

5.

005; Which metre is described below? The foot consists of three syllables, the first one is unstressed, the second one is stressed, the third one is unstressed.

6.

0025; This was appalling - and soon forgotten.

7.

0023; ... is a fixed verse form invented by Edmund Spenser for his epic poem The Faerie Queene. 

8.

0041; What is a personification?

9.

0017; The rhyming pattern is abba abba cde cde

10.

009; The words which are no longer recognizable in Modern English are...

11.

0023;  abab cdcd efef gg

12.

0035;   ...is a combination of speech-sounds which aims at imitating sound produced in nature.

13.

0011; ...is a relation between the dictionary contextual meanings based on some kind of assocuation between the two concepts which these meanings represent.

14.

0022;  … is a rhyming stanza form of Italian origin. It was originally used for long poems on heroic themes. Its earliest known use is in the writings of Giovanni Boccaccio.

15.

003; Which metre is described below?  The foot consists of three syllables, the first two are unstressed, the third one is stressed.

16.

0033; The public wants a thing, therefore it is supplied with it. Or the public is supplied with a thing therefore it wants it.

17.

0028; ...most of us were content to know that, for one crowded hakf-hour, we on honeydew had fed, and drunk the milk of Paradise.

18.

0020; The lift held two people and rose slowly, groaning with diffidence.

19.

0034;  ...exists in all spheres of human activity and assumes multifarious forms.

20.

0016; It consists of 8 lines of iambic pentametre; the rhyming pattern is abababcc

21.

0027; If you had any part - I don't say what - in this attack or if you know anything about it - I don't say how much - or if you know who did it - I go no closer - you did an injury to me that's never to be forgiven.

22.

0029; A saint abroad, and a devil at home.

23.

0021; I took my obedient feet away from him.

24.

0015; Defıne the kind of stanze. This kind of stanza is a four-line stanza, known as a quatrain, most often found in the folk ballad. Usually only the second and fourth lines rhyme (an abcb pattern). Assonance in place of rhyme is common.

25.

0012; ...is a stylistic device based on the simultaneous realization of the dictionary and logical contextual meaning which stand in opposition to each other.


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