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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. How are the man's feet described in Free Verse?
2. What is one characteristic of Parts of Speech?
(a) There are no proper nouns.
(b) The first man is given a name.
(c) There is no punctuation.
(d) There is no linear story.
3. What sense is the focus of Visual?
4. What is one characteristic of Telegraphic?
(a) Highly poetic sentence structure.
(b) Detailed descriptions.
(c) No linear story.
(d) No punctuation.
5. What variation is For Ze Frrensh replacing in Exercises in Style?
(a) West Indian.
(c) Poor Lay Zanglay.
Short Answer Questions
1. What literary form is Free Verse?
2. What terminology is used in Gastronomical?
3. What makes Paragoge difficult to read?
4. How many acts are in Opera English?
5. How is the man's neck described in Olfactory?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does the author do to the basic story in the variation "Parts of Speech?"
2. What is apostrophe in literature? How is it used in the variation "Apostrophe?"
3. What elements of the variation "Spectral" make it gothic?
4. Why are the variations in Section 8 put together?
5. Why might the variation "More or Less" be easier to read aloud?
6. Explain how the author can write the variation "Gustatory" without tasting anything that happens in the story?
7. Why is the variation "For Ze Frrensh" considered comical? Why is this variation put in place of "Poor lay Zanglay" in the English version of Exercises in Style?
8. Explain the variation "Reactionary," and why it is titled "Reactionary."
9. What affect does "Proper Noun" create by replacing common nouns with proper names?
10. Explain the variation "Consequences."
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