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Jeopardy Definitions Sound Devices Diction Syntax Rhetorical Devices Q $200 Q $400 Q $600 Q $800 Q $1000 Q 200Q $200 Q $400 Q $600 Q $800 Q $1000 Final.

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2 Jeopardy Definitions Sound Devices Diction Syntax Rhetorical Devices Q $200 Q $400 Q $600 Q $800 Q $1000 Q 200Q $200 Q $400 Q $600 Q $800 Q $1000 Final Jeopardy

3 $200 Question from Definitions This is the act of placing side by side, especially for comparison or contrast.

4 $200 Answer from Definitions What is juxtaposition?

5 $400 Question from Definitions This is the use of irony, sarcasm, Or ridicule in exposing, denouncing, Or deriding vice or folly.

6 $400 Answer from Definitions What is satire?

7 $600 Question from Definitions This is the repetition of a word or words at the beginning of two or more successive verses, clauses, or sentences.

8 $600 Answer from Definitions What is anaphora?

9 $800 Question from Definitions This is a direct denunciation or insult.

10 $800 Answer from Definitions What is invective?

11 $1000 Question from Definitions This is the repetition of the same word several times in a row.

12 $1000 Answer from Definitions What is epizeuxis?

13 $200 Question from Sound Devices This word means good sound.

14 $200 Answer from Sound Devices What is euphony?

15 $400 Question from Sound Devices This word means bad sound.

16 $400 Answer from Sound Devices What is cacophony?

17 $600 Question from Sound Devices Example: The fat cats grabbed the rats, bats, and gnats.

18 $600 Answer from Sound Devices What is assonance?

19 $800 Question from Sound Devices Example: The long lane lumbered along.

20 $800 Answer from Sound Devices What is consonance?

21 $1000 Question from Sound Devices Example: The fire crackled, Snapped, and fizzled.

22 $1000 Answer from Sound Devices What is onomatopoeia?

23 $200 Question from Diction Example: Two all-beef patties, special sauce, lettuce, cheese, pickles, onions on a sesame seed bun.

24 $200 Answer from Diction What is concrete diction?

25 $400 Question from Diction Example: The innate philosophical notion that behavior is learned goes straight to truth.

26 $400 Answer from Diction What is abstract diction?

27 $600 Question from Diction The association that procrastination equals laziness.

28 $600 Answer from Diction What is the connotation?

29 $800 Question from Diction Example: Hey, wheres Mary at?

30 $800 Answer from Diction What is colloquial?

31 $1000 Question from Diction Example: The classification of individuals to one another and with reference to the possession of a particular mental ability or group of abilities is, therefore, necessarily based upon their relative ability to express in some intelligible and unmistakable fashion their mental power and qualities.

32 $1000 Answer from Diction What is formal?

33 $200 Question from Syntax Example of sentence type: Johnny ate a McRib.

34 $200 Answer from Syntax What is a simple sentence?

35 $400 Question from Syntax Example of sentence type: Johnny ate a McRib and he drank a Shamrock Shake.

36 $400 Answer from Syntax What is a compound sentence?

37 $600 Question from Syntax Example of sentence type: Johnny ate a McRib, drank a Shamrock Shake, and he felt like he wanted to puke.

38 $600 Answer from Syntax What is a compound-complex sentence?

39 $800 Question from Syntax Example of sentence type: Johnny ate a McRib, then ate a salad to counterbalance the fat and calories.

40 $800 Answer from Syntax What is a complex sentence?

41 $1000 Question from Syntax Examples: Will wrote the poem. AND The poem was written by Will.

42 $1000 Answer from Syntax What is active voice and passive voice?

43 $200 Question from Rhetorical Devices This is the term meaning the appeal to the audiences sense of reasoning.

44 $200 Answer from Rhetorical Devices What is logos?

45 $400 Question from Rhetorical Devices This is the term meaning the appeal to the audiences feelings or sympathy.

46 $400 Answer from Rhetorical Devices What is pathos?

47 $600 Question from Rhetorical Devices Example: I catch the sound and it takes me into the cold.

48 $600 Answer from Rhetorical Devices What is synesthesia?

49 $800 Question from Rhetorical Devices Example: with no past, no language, no tribe, no source, no address book, no comb, no pencil, no clock, no pocket handkerchief, no rug, no bed, no can opener, no faded postcard, no soap, no key, no tobacco pouch

50 $800 Answer from Rhetorical Devices What is parataxis?

51 $1000 Question from Rhetorical Devices This is a term meaning the authors credibility.

52 $1000 Answer from Rhetorical Devices What is ethos?

53 Final Jeopardy Example: "The general who became a slave. The slave who became a gladiator. The gladiator who defied an emperor. "

54 Final Jeopardy Answer What is anadiplosis?


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