Figurative Laguage 3: Paradox, Irony, Overstatement, Understatement

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Figurative Laguage 3: Paradox, Irony, Overstatement, Understatement
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1.  The form of figurative language used in Aesop’s fable regarding the man and the Satyr is:
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2.  As a figure of speech, a paradox is a(n): 
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3.  At first, a paradox is:
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4.  An overstatement is AKA a(n):
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5.  Which of the following sentences must be an overstatement (please use common sense)?
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6.  Which of the following statements must be an understatement? 
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7.  Satire is:
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8.  Saying the opposite of what one actually means is called:
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9.  A discrepancy b/w what the speaker says and what the poem means is:
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10.  A discrepancy b/w what is the expected outcome and what acutally results is called:
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11.  Bitter or cutting speech intended to wound the feelings is called (for example: Good going, genius)
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