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Review Jeopardy

Review Jeopardy. AP ENGLISH Semester I. JEOPARDY!. Click Once to Begin. A game show template. A figure of speech that uses like, as, or as if to compare two different things. What is a SIMILE?. The contrast between what a person says and what he/she means. What is VERBAL IRONY?.

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Review Jeopardy

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  1. Review Jeopardy AP ENGLISH Semester I

  2. JEOPARDY! Click Once to Begin A game show template

  3. A figure of speech that uses like, as, or as if to compare two different things

  4. What is a SIMILE?

  5. The contrast between what a person says and what he/she means

  6. What is VERBAL IRONY?

  7. The prevailing emotional attitude in a literary work or part of a work

  8. What is MOOD?

  9. Usually a character who, by contrast, points up the qualities or characteristics of another character

  10. What is a FOIL?

  11. A figure of speech that creates an implied analogy in which one thing is imaginatively compared to or identified with another dissimilar thing

  12. What is a METAPHOR?

  13. Harsh, cutting personal remarks to or about someone; not necessarily ironic

  14. What is SARCASM?

  15. A form of wit, not necessarily funny, that involves a play on words that have similar sounds

  16. What is a PUN?

  17. A composition that ridicules another composition by imitating and exaggerating aspects of its content

  18. What is a PARODY?

  19. A term used to describe any form of literature that blends ironic humor and wit with criticism

  20. What is SATIRE?

  21. A type of verbal irony in which something is purposely represented as being less important than it actually is


  23. A weakness in a character or a defect on the part of a dignified, noble character, which sets the plot in motion and leads to the character’s downfall or destruction

  24. What is a TRAGIC FLAW?

  25. A character whose basic goodness and superiority are marred by a tragic flaw such as pride

  26. What is a TRAGIC HERO?

  27. A moment of revelation or profound insight

  28. What is an EPIPHANY?

  29. According to Aristotle, the power of tragedy to purge the emotions of pity and fear that its incidents have aroused

  30. What is CATHARSIS?

  31. A pattern or model of an action, a character type, or an image that recurs consistently enough in life and literature to be considered universal

  32. What is an ARCHETYPE?

  33. The arrangement and grammatical relation of words, phrases, and clauses in sentences; the ordering of words into phrases, clauses, and sentences

  34. What is SYNTAX?

  35. The associations, images, or impressions carried by a word, as opposed to the word’s literal meaning

  36. What is CONNOTATION?

  37. The repetition of consonant sounds at the beginning of words or within words

  38. What is ALLITERATION?

  39. Reversing the normal order of sentence parts; Shakespeare does this often

  40. What is INVERSION?


  42. Montressor'sfamily motto

  43. An unrhymed form of poetry that often but not always contains 10 syllables in which every other syllable, beginning with the second, is stressed

  44. What is BLANK VERSE?

  45. A statement that, while apparently self-contradictory, is nonetheless essentially true

  46. What is a PARADOX?

  47. The pervasive mood, emotional feeling, or tone of a place, scene, or event in a literary work

  48. What is ATMOSPHERE?

  49. A term used to refer to language that contains figures of speech, such as metaphors, similes, personification, and hyperbole, etc.

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