Иностранный язык: Стилистика. Ответы на тест

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What stylistic device is used in the following sentence: he took my advice and my wallet

A)& Zeugma

B) Periphrases

C) Metonymy

D) Epithet

E) Climax

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What stylistic device is used in the following sentence: As brave as a lion, crazy like a fox

A) Metonymy

B) Periphrases

C)& Simile

D) Epithet

E) Climax

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What stylistic device is used in the following sentence: Her cheeks were as red as a tulip

A) Metonymy

B) Periphrases

C) Climax

D) Epithet

E)& Simile

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What stylistic device is used in the following sentence: Cuckoo, splash, buzz

A) Metonymy

B) Periphrases

C)& Onomatopoeia

D) Epithet

E) Climax

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What stylistic device is used in the following sentence: She is a real flower

A) Metonymy

B) Periphrases

C)& Metaphor

D) Epithet

E) Climax

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What stylistic device is used in the following sentence: You won’t be sorry – meaning you’ll be glad

A) Metonymy

B)& Litotes

C) Periphrases

D) Epithet

E) Climax

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What stylistic device is used in the following sentence: I have told you million times….

A) Metonymy

B) Periphrases

C)& Hyperbole

D) Epithet

E) Climax

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What stylistic device is used in the following sentence: Faith unfaithful kept him falsely true

A) Metonymy

B) Periphrases

C)& Oxymoron

D) Epithet

E) Climax

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What stylistic device is used in the following sentence: A stitch in time saves nine

A)& Proverb, saying

B) Metonymy

C) Periphrases

D) Epithet

E) Climax

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What stylistic device is used in the following sentence: Hatred stirs up strife, but love covers all sins

A)& Antithesis

B) Metonymy

C) Periphrases

D) Epithet

E) Climax

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What stylistic device is used in the following sentence:  I spent the evening reading Shekspeare

A) Climax

B) Metonymy

C) Priphrases

D) Epithet

E)& Metonymy

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What stylistic device is used in the following sentence: The pigs were asqueal

A)& Pun

B) Metonymy

C) Periphrases

D) Epithet

E) climax

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What stylistic device is used in the following sentence:

The client: -Do you serve cards here?

The Waiter: -Yes, we serve everyone

A)& Pun

B) Metonymy

C) Periphrases

D) Epithet

E) Climax

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What stylistic device is used in the following sentence: For glances beget ogles sighs, sighs wishes, wishes words, and words a letter

A)& Repetition

B) Metonymy

C) Periphrases

D) Epithet

E) Climax

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What stylistic device is used in the following sentence: Youth is lovely, age is lonely; Youth is fiery, age is frost

A) Climax

B) Metonymy

C) Periphrases

D) Epithet

E)& Antithesis

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What stylistic device is used in the following sentence: Clockwork precision, crushing defeat, the whip and carrot policy

A) Climax

B) Metonymy

C) Periphrases

D) Epithet

E)& Cliche

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What stylistic device is used in the following sentence: Soams turned away; he had an utter disinclination for talk, like one standing before an open grave…

A) Climax

B) Metonymy

C) Periphrases

D) Epithet

E)& Asyndeton

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What stylistic device is used in the following sentence: The heaviest rain, and snow, and hail, and sleet, could boast of the advantage over him in only one respect

A) Climax

B)& Polysyndeton

C) Periphrases

D) Metonymy

E) Epithet

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What stylistic device is used in the following sentence: (break-in-the-narrative): Good intentions but-;you just come home or I’ll…

A) Climax

B) Metonymy

C) Periphrases

D) Epithet

E)& Aposiopesis

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What stylistic device is used in the following sentence: How long must we suffer? Where is the end? Who knows?

A) Climax

B) Metonymy

C)& Rhetorical guestions

D) Periphrases

E) Epithet

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What stylistic device is used in the following sentence: I must be delightful to find oneselfin a foreign country without a penny in one’s pocket

A) Climax

B) Metonymy

C) Periphrases

D) Epithet

E)& Irony

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What stylistic device is used in the following sentence: Massachusetts was hostile to the American flag, and she would not allow it to be hoisted on her State House

A) Climax

B) Metonymy

C) Periphrases

D) Epithet

E)& Polysemy

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What stylistic device is used in the following sentence: May’s mother always stood on her gentility; and Dot’s mother never stood on anything but her active little feet

A) Climax

B)& Zeugma and pun

C) Periphrases

D) Epithet

E) Metonymy

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What stylistic device is used in the following sentence: A well – matched, fairly – balanced give – and take couple

A) Climax

B) Metonymy

C) Periphrases

D) Oxymoron

E)& Epithet

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What stylistic device is used in the following sentence: Peopled desert, populous solitude, proud humility

A) Climax

B) Metonymy

C) Periphrases

D) Epithet

E)& Oxymoron

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What stylistic device is used in the following sentence: Mr. Facing-Both-ways does not get very far in this world

A)& Antonomasia

B) Climax

C) Metonomy

D) Periphrases

E) Epithet

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What stylistic device is used : Coupla

A) Alliteration

B) Anadiplosis

C) Chiasmus

D) Epiphora

E)& Cliché

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What stylistic device is used: Doncha

A)& Cliché

B) Climax

C) Alussion

D) Suspence

E) Parallel construction

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What stylistic device is used : Mighta

A) Hyperbole

B)& Cliché

C) Rhetorical question

D) Allusion

E) Metaphor

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What stylistic device is used : Work – in Fast Food Restaurant

A)& Graphon

B) Climax

C) Alussion

D) Suspence

E) Parallel construction

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What stylistic device is used : Rite Bread shop

A) Metaphor

B) Ellipsis

C) Allusion

D) Cliché

E)& Graphon

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What stylistic device is used in the following sentence: The b-b-b-b-bas-tud-he seen me c-c-c-c-com-ing

A) Poetic words

B) Terms

C)& Graphon

D) Barbarisms

E) Foreign words

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What stylistic device is used in the following sentence: You don’t mean to they that thith ith firth time

A)& Graphon

B) Climax

C) Alussion

D) Suspence

E) Prallel construction

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What stylistic device is used in the following sentence: Alllll aboarrrrrrd

A) Poetic words

B) Terms

C)& Multiplication

D) Barbarisms

E) Foreign words

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What stylistic device is used in the following sentence: Help. Help. HELP

A) Hyperbole

B)& Capitalization

C) Rhetorical question

D) Allusion

E) Metaphor

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What stylistic device is used in the following sentence: “grinning like a chem.- – pan - zee ”

A) Poetic words

B) Terms

C)& Hyphenation

D) Barbarisms

E) Foreign words

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What stylistic device is this: 2nite

A) Chasmus

B) Litotes

C) Metonymy

D)& Computer graphical means

E) Inversion

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What stylistic device is this: F2T

A) Poetic words

B) Terms

C) Archaisms

D)& Computer graphical means

E) Foreign words

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What stylistic device is used: THNQ

A)& Computer graphical means

B) Climax

C) Alussion

D) Suspence

E) Parallel construction

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What stylistic device is used: BTW

A) Chasmus

B) Litotes

C) Metonomy

D)& Computer graphical means

E) Inversion

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What stylistic device is used: OIC

A) Hyperbole

B)& Computer graphical means

C) Rhetorical question

D) Allusion

E) Metaphor

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What stylistic device is used: @

A)& Computer graphical means

B) Asyndeton

C) Suspence

D) Inversion

E)  Climax

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What stylistic device is used: CU@8

A) Alliteration

B) Anadiplosis

C)& Computer graphical means

D) Epiphora

E) Anaphora

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What stylistic device is used: SUN1

A) Periphrases

B) Oxymoron

C) Transferred epithet

D) Hyperbole

E)& Computer graphical means

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An exhression that has become hackneyed and trite –

A) Hyperbole

B)& Cliché

C) Rhetorical question

D) Allusion

E) Metaphor

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Peculiar mode of utterance which is mainly characterised by its brevity –

A) Alliteration

B) Anadiplosis

C)& Proverb

D) Epiphora

E) Anaphora

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Stylistic device akin to a proverb, the only difference being that it is coined by individual whose names we know –

A) Periphrases

B) Oxymoron

C) Transferred epithet

D) Hyperbole

E)& Epigram

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Prepetition of a phrase or statement from a book, speech and the  like used by the way of authority,  illustration, proof or as a basic for further speculation on the matter in hand –

A) Onomatopoeia

B) Rhyme

C) Couplets

D)& Quatation

E) Rhythm

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An indirect reference, by word or phrase, to a historical, literary, mythological, biblical fact or to a fact of everyday life made in the course of speaking or writing–

A) Alliteration

B) Anadiplosis

C)& Allusion

D) Epiphora

E) Anaphora

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Stylistics investigates:

A) Vocabulary of language

B) Properties of words

C)& Expressive qualities of language

D) Patterns of word-formation

E) Semantic relationship between words in the text

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Ch. Bally – was the first who founded:

A) Theory if Literature

B) Literary criticism stylistics

C) Comparative Stylistics

D)& Linguo-stylistics

E) Stylistics of perception

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Literary Stylistic Analysis is called:

A) Phonostylistics

B) Functional style

C)& Stylistics of perception

D) Lexical stylistics

E) Syntactical stylistics

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Expressive potentiality of interrelation of language means in the text is:

A) Stylistic colouring

B) Stylistic device

C)& Expressive means

D) Stylistic function

E) Denotation

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Precise naming of a feature of the idea, phenomenon or object, the name by which we recognize the whole of the concept is:

A) Contextual meaning

B) Lexical

C) Emotive

D) Grammatical

E)& Logical

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Which of meanings consists of emotional, expressive, evaluative and stylistic components?

A) Grammatical

B) Direct

C) Emotive

D)& Connotative

E) Denotative

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The invariant of the phonemic, morphological, lexical and syntactical patterns circulating in language at a given period of time is regarded as:

A) Deviation from the norm

B)& Norm

C) Variants of the norm

D) Linguistic abstraction

E) Vacillation

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What makes the neutral laver of the English word-stock the most stable of all layers?

A)& Its universal character

B) Its markedly bookish character

C) Its lively spoken character

D) Its dialectical character

E)  Its colloquial character

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Repetition of similar sounds in close succession particularly at the beginning of successive words is called:

A) Onomatopoeia

B) Rhyme

C) Couplets

D)& Alliteration

E) Rhythm

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Metonymy is the SD based on:

A) Contrary concepts

B)& Substitution of one object for another

C) Resemblance

D) Sensory perception

E) Identification of two objects

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What do well call the SD when the author uses a certain property or quality of an object in an opposite or contradictory sense?

A) Antithesis

B) Zeugma

C) Allusion

D)& Irony

E) Parallelism

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As SD based on simultaneous realization of various meanings of a word, when it is used in the same grammatical but different semantic relations to two adjacent in the context:

A) Periphrases

B) Oxymoron

C) Transferred epithet

D) Hyperbole

E)& Zeugma

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Repetition of a syntactical pattern, but it has a cross order of words & phrases:

A) Alliteration

B) Anadiplosis

C)& Chiasmus

D) Epiphora

E) Anaphora

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What SD is achieved when ideas are presented in the order of rising importance?

A) Denouement

B) Retardation

C)& Climax

D) Hyperbole

E) Allusion

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The suggesting of a meaning by a word apart from the thing it explicitly means or describes is:

A) Logical meaning

B) Lexical meaning

C) Denotative meaning

D) Connotative meaning

E)& Contextual meaning

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What do we call an attributive characterization of a person, thing of phenomenon, consisting of one word, adjective or adverb, modifying respectively nouns or verbs?

A) Metaphor

B) Ellipsis

C) Allusion

D) Cliché

E)& Epithet

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What SD is a simultaneous interplay of two structural meanings: that of the question & that of the statement:

A)& Rhetorical question

B) Beak-in-the narrative

C) Qestion-in-the narrative

D) Ayndeton

E) Climax

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Functional styles are:

A) Individual style of the writer

B) Stylistic function

C) Aesthetic function of language

D)& Certain types of texts

E) Analysis of Ems and SDs

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What is the main function of Belles – Lettres style?

A) Informational

B)& Aesthetico-cognitive

C) Brain-washing

D) Evaluative

E) To influence the reader

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What is main function of Publicistic Style:

A) Informational

B) Aesthetico-cognitive

C)& brain-washing

D) Evaluative

E) To reach agreement

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What stylistic device is used in the following sentence: Down jumped the driver, and out got Mr. Pickwick.:

A) Metonymy

B) Periphrases

C)& Inversion

D) Epithet

E) Climax

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Print out the SD: «John … had no blood in him which was not English»:

A) Suspense

B) Litotes

C)& Hyperbole

D) Antithesis

E) Represented speech

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What SD is used in the following sentence: If  only he could burst out of himself, out of this web that for the first time in his life he felt around him:

A)& Anadiplosis

B) Epithet

C) Simile

D) Parallel construction

E) Suspense

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Point out an FS the main function of which is to get into contact:

A) Scientific

B) Newspaper

C) Publicistic

D)& Colloquial

E) Offical documents

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The aspect of the Neutral layer of words is its:

A) Lively spoken character

B) Markedly bookish character

C) Phonological character

D)& Universal character

E) Official character

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Meaning, which informs about the participants and conditions of communication:

A) Lexical meaning

B) Grammatical meaning

C)& Connotational meaning

D) Logical meaning

E) Primary meaning

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Words, denoting objects, processes, phonomena of science, humanities, technique are:

A)& Terms

B) Historical words

C) Archaisms

D) Nonce-words

E) Slang

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State words which are grouped under the term Standard English Vocabulary:

A) Common literary, neutral and special colloquial

B)& Special literary, common literary and Neutral

C) Special literary, common literary" and Common colloquia

D) Special literary, special colloquial and neutral

E) Common literary, common colloquial and neutral

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State the type of literary words in the example: I must decline to pursue this painful discussion. It is not pleasant to my feelings: it is repugnant to my feelings:

A)& Poetic

B) Archaic

C) Barbarisms

D) Common literary

E) Coinages

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State an SD in the sentence: They walked along, two continents of experience and feeling, unable to communicate:

A)& Metaphor

B) Metonymy

C) Suspense

D) Chiasmus

E) Simile

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Indicate an SD in the sentence: For several days he took an hour after his work to make inquiry taking with him some examples of his pen and inks:

A) Irony

B) Simile

C) Metaphor

D) Repeptition

E)& Metonymy

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State an SD in the sentence: There are two things I look for in a man a sympathetic character and full lips:

A) Chasmus

B) Litotes

C) Metonymy

D)& Zeugma

E) Inversion

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State an SD which is based on the interplay of emotive and logical meanings:

A) Hyperbole

B)& Epithet

C) Rhetorical question

D) Allusion

E) Metaphor

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State the meaning which is employed in formation of Irony:

A)& Contextual

B) Grammatical

C) Derivative

D) Logical

E) Primary

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Indicate the sentence which contains Hyperbole:

A) His painful shoes sipped off

B) The next speaker was a tall gloomy man, sir Some thing Somebody

C) I'm full of poetry now. Rot and Poetry, Rotten poetry

D)& She wore a pink hat, the size of a button

E) Last time it was a nice, simple, European - style war

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State an SD in the sentence: You have got two beautiful bad examples for parents:

A) Repetition

B)& Oxymoron

C) Inversion

D) Zeugma

E) Hyperbole

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Repeated use of conjunctions is called:

A)& Polysyndeton

B) Asyndeton

C) Suspence

D) Inversion

E)  Climax

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An SD, based on a semantic opposition, emphasized by its realization in similar structures is:

A)& Antithesis

B) Anticlimax

C) Litotes

D) Periphrases

E) Climax

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Find the sentence where Litotes is used:

A) I took my obedient feet away from him

B) His huge leather chairs were kind to the femurs

C) He was inconsolable - for an afternoon

D) They can not discover the truth

E)& It was not unnatural if Gilbert felt a certain embarrassment

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State an SD which basically consists of using a roundabout form of expression instead of a simpler one:

A)& Periphrases

B) Climax

C) Alussion

D) Suspence

E) Parallel construction

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The Editorial is "genre" of:

A) Official Style

B) Publicistic Style

C) Belles - Lettres Style

D) Scientific Style

E)& Newspaper Style

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Postulatory, argumentative, formulation sentence - patterns are features of:

A) Newspaper Style

B)& Scientific

C) Belles-Lettres

D) Publicistic

E) Official

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When the last words of two successive lines are rhymed, we deal with":

A) Triple rhyme

B) Cross rhyme

C) Ring rhyme

D)& Couplet

E) Internal rhyme

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An SD which conveys to the reader a very strong upsurge of emotions is:

A) Asyndeton

B)& Aposiopesis

C) Suspense

D) Oxymoron

E) Chiasmus

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State the type of literary words in the sentence: If manners maketh man, than manner and grooming maketh poodle:

A) Poetic words

B) Terms

C)& Archaisms

D) Barbarisms

E) Foreign words

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State an SD the essence of which consists in creation of the question into an emphatic statement expressed in the form of an interrogative sentence:

A)& Rhetorical question

B) Suspence

C) Question - in - the - Narrative

D) Climax

E) Chiasmus

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The term "Stylistics" is attested in the Oxford English Dictionary from

A)& 1882

B) 1700

C) 1821

D) 1985

E) 1600

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J. Havranek is the representative of the

A)& Prague school

B) Russian school

C) American school

D) Holland school

E) Polish school

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The term style is recorded in the Oxford English Dictionary in

A) Five meanings

B) Ten meanings

C) Twenty meanings

D)& Twenty seven meanings

E) Thirty meanings

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The first discussion on the problem of style and stylistics took place in

A)& 1954

B) 1963

C) 1896

D) 1985

E) 1789

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What stylistic device is used in the following sentence: She opened the door and heart to the homeless boy

A) Metonymy

B) Periphrases

C)& Zeugma

D) Epithet

E) Climax

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