The Elements Of Poetry

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The Elements of Poetry
Test your knowledge to see if you can remember the different elements of poetry!

  
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1.  A segment of a poem that is divided into groups of lines is called a:
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2.  A description word that compares one thing to another is called a:
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3.  "Sally sells sea shells by the seashore" is an example of:
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4.  A poem that does not have a rhyme scheme or typical measure is called:
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5.  True or False: In a dramatic poem, the speaker is unaware of the audience as they are speaking.
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6.  The repetition of VOWEL sounds is called:
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7.  A comparison that uses the words "like" or "as" is called a:
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8.  The pattern of stressed and unstressed syllables is called:
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9.  Sound words such as "bang" and "buzz" are examples of:
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