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Keystone online course English 1



Question 1 2 points Save
Poetic images help readers to
think logically.
understand history.
read carefully.
see things freshly.



Question 2 2 points Save
At one point in Whitman's poem, When I Heard the Learn'd Astronomer, the speaker
falls asleep and dreams of the stars.
argues with the astronomer.
wanders off by himself.
writes the astronomer a fan letter.



Question 3 2 points Save
A haiku allows the reader to
share a lifetime of experiences.
share a special moment.
focus on surface details.
understand Japanese history.



Question 4 2 points Save
In Fog, the extended metaphor compares
the fog to a cat.
the Golden Gate Bridge to fog.
the fog to a misty day.
a cat to the streets of San Francisco.



Question 5 2 points Save
The form of figurative language that uses like, as, than, or resembles to compare two dissimilar things is
a simile.
a direct metaphor.
an implied metaphor.
personification.



Question 6 2 points Save
In an implied metaphor, the comparison is
made through the use of a verb such as "is."
not very flexible or suggestive.
suggested rather than stated directly.
made by the insertion of colorful adjectives.



Question 7 2 points Save
In The Secret, the secret is found in a
conversation.
letter.
line of poetry.
newspaper column.



Question 8 2 points Save
An unstressed syllable followed by a stressed syllable (da DAH) is a(n)
anapest.
trochee.
spondee.
iamb.



Question 9 2 points Save
A foot that contains a stressed syllable followed by an unstressed syllable (DAH da) is a(n)
anapest.
trochee.
spondee.
dactyl.



Question 10 2 points Save
The only kind of poetic foot that does not contain unstressed syllables is a(n)
anapest.
iamb.
spondee.
dactyl.



Question 11 2 points Save
Which of the following pairs of words may be used as an example of approximate rhyme?
now and later
crew and two
again and friend
blue and threw



Question 12 2 points Save
Which of the following is an example of onomatopoeia?
lunge
attack
rattle
swim



Question 13 2 points Save
The women in Walker's poem struggle on behalf of their
employers.
friends.
teachers.
children.



Question 14 2 points Save
For My Papa's Waltz, one possible interpretation is that the speaker is
afraid of his father.
angry with his father’s rough behavior.
filled with pride at his father's ability to dance.
offended by his mother’s reaction to the waltzing.



Question 15 2 points Save
Which of the following word pairs from Combing is the BEST example of alliteration?
comb / bone
bending / bow
tearing / cutting
early / hour
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