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A writing that needs to be structured and executed adhering to a series of


guidelines.

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Creative Writing
Technical Writing 
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The correct answer is: Technical Writing
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It doesn't use specialized vocabulary, such like scientific terms and other are
used yet it goes with slang or evocative phrases or even something which
can be perceived well by the audience.

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Creative Writing 
Technical Writing
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The correct answer is: Creative Writing
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The information is merely based on facts.

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Creative Writing
Technical Writing 
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This writing is rigid, procedural, purposed purely to convey knowledge, data


and information. In fact, it is orderly, organized and follows a formula.

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Creative Writing
Technical Writing 
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It requires more factual evidence for support, and presents challenges such
as the pressure of time.

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Academic Writing 
Creative Writing
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The correct answer is: Academic Writing
Keep your writing complex. Try to describe something that is diffuse or
abstract to make it more appealing.

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True
False 
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diffuse or abstract. If possible, name the thing you want to describe.
The correct answer is 'False'.
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One of the techniques in writing sensory details is stating what the


thing does. Tell whether when and where do you find it or how do you
know it’s there?

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True 
False
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These are details that include sight, sound, touch, smell, and taste.
Most writers employ the five senses to engage a reader's interest
and create a gripping memorable story.
Sensory details
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"Elaine was amazed as she glimpse  the deep blue of the ocean from
afar. She opened her car window and breathe in the salty beach air ."
What sensory details are used in the statement above?
Select one or more:
a. Smell
b. Touch
c. Sight 
d. Hearing
e. Taste
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You have correctly selected 1.
The correct answers are: Sight, Smell
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"I stick my toes in the warm and grainy sand" is an example of a


sensory detail using ___________.

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a. taste
b. sight
c. touch 
d. smell
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The correct answer is: touch
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Anna hates the juicy tartness of oranges. She prefers eating  salty
chips instead. The italicized words are example of sensory details using
__________.
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a. sight
b. smell
c. touch
d. taste 
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The correct answer is: taste
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"As John stepped down in the old staircase, he heared the cracking of
wood splitting punctuated like an exclamation point. He rapidly shuts
the dimming fire in his glass lamp."
What kind of sensory details are used in the statement above?

Select one or more:


a. Touch
b. Sight
c. Smell
d. Hearing 
e. Taste
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You have correctly selected 1.
The correct answers are: Sight, Hearing
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What is imagery?

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a. substandard depiction of event
b. vivid sensory description 
c. using pictures
d. interesting dialogue
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The correct answer is: vivid sensory description
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Which of the following is not a type of imagery?

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a. Visual Imagery
b. Olfactory imagery
c. Extrasensory imagery 
d. Tactile imagery
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The correct answer is: Extrasensory imagery
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"Ice-cold strawberries" is an example of _______________.

Select one:
a. Gustatory Imagery
b. Auditory Imagery
c. Visual Imagery
d. Tactile Imagery 
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The process and execution of creating a fully rounded, complex, and


lifelike character within your fictional writing with the purpose of
making readers invested in them and their life or journey is called
character development.
Select one:
a. True 
b. False
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The correct answers are: True, False
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The phrase  "her shadow shaky behind a slight flame stemming from a
candle she carried", is an example of a ________________.
Select one:
a. Visual Imagery 
b. Tactile Imagery
c. Auditory Imagery
d. Gustatory Imagery
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The correct answer is: Visual Imagery
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On a flat road runs the well-trained runner,


He is lean and sinewy with muscular legs,
He is thinly clothed, he leans forward as he runs,
With lightly closed fists and arms partially raised.
  - Walt Whitman
  Knock at a Star
Identify two imageries used in the poem "The Runner".
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The correct answer is: lightly closed fists and arms partially raised
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"Ice-cold strawberries" is an example of _______________.

Select one:
a. Auditory Imagery
b. Tactile Imagery
c. Visual Imagery
d. Gustatory Imagery 
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The correct answer is: Gustatory Imagery
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Which of the following is not a type of imagery?

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a. Extrasensory imagery 
b. Olfactory imagery
c. Visual Imagery
d. Tactile imagery
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The correct answer is: Extrasensory imagery
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The information is merely based on facts.

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Creative Writing
Technical Writing 
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It doesn't use specialized vocabulary, such like scientific terms and


other are used yet it goes with slang or evocative phrases or even
something which can be perceived well by the audience.

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Creative Writing 
Technical Writing
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The correct answer is: Creative Writing
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This writing is rigid, procedural, purposed purely to convey knowledge,


data and information. In fact, it is orderly, organized and follows a
formula.

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Creative Writing
Technical Writing 
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The correct answer is: Technical Writing
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A writing that needs to be structured and executed adhering to a


series of guidelines.

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Creative Writing
Technical Writing 
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The correct answer is: Technical Writing
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It requires more factual evidence for support, and presents challenges


such as the pressure of time.
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Creative Writing
Academic Writing 
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The wind stood up, and gave a shout;


He whistled on his fingers, and
Kicked the withered leaves about,
And thumped the branches with his hand,
And said he’ll kill, and kill, and kill;
And so he will!  And so he will!
  - James Stephens
  Knock at a Star
Which figure of speech is highlighted in the above poem?

Select one:
a. Personification 
b. Oxymoron
c. Simile
d. Onomatopoeia
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When James Stephens says, “The wind stood up, and gave a shout /
He whistled on his fingers”, he is using personification. 
He is giving human characteristics, such as shouting and whistling on
fingers, to the wind.

The correct answer is: Personification


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Bang! The starter’s gun—


thin raindrops
sprint.
  -Dorthi Charles
  Knock at a Star 
Which figure of speech is highlighted in the above poem?
Select one:
a. Simile
b. Onomatopoeia 
c. Alliteration
d. Metaphor
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The correct answer is: Onomatopoeia
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Anna hates the juicy tartness of oranges. She prefers eating  salty
chips instead. The italicized words are example of sensory details using
__________.
Select one:
a. smell
b. taste 
c. sight
d. touch
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The correct answer is: taste
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"As John stepped down in the old staircase, he heared the cracking of
wood splitting punctuated like an exclamation point. He rapidly shuts
the dimming fire in his glass lamp."
What kind of sensory details are used in the statement above?

Select one or more:


a. Touch
b. Sight 
c. Hearing 
d. Taste
e. Smell
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The correct answers are: Sight, Hearing
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"As John stepped down in the old staircase, he heared the cracking of
wood splitting punctuated like an exclamation point. He rapidly shuts
the dimming fire in his glass lamp."
What kind of sensory details are used in the statement?
Select one or more:
a. Sight 
b. Smell
c. Taste
d. Hearing 
e. Touch
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The correct answers are: Sight, Hearing
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"Elaine was amazed as she glimpse  the deep blue of the ocean from
afar. She opened her car window and breathe in the salty beach air ."
What sensory details are used in the statement above?
Select one or more:
a. Touch
b. Smell 
c. Sight 
d. Hearing
e. Taste
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The correct answers are: Sight, Smell
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"I stick my toes in the warm and grainy sand" is an example of a


sensory detail using ___________.
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a. sight
b. touch 
c. smell
d. taste
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The correct answer is: touch
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Her cheeks are big red apples from the cold.

metaphor
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"The leaves danced in the wind."

personification
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On a flat road runs the well-trained runner,


He is lean and sinewy with muscular legs,
He is thinly clothed, he leans forward as he runs,
With lightly closed fists and arms partially raised.
  - Walt Whitman
  Knock at a Star
Identify two imageries used in the poem "The Runner".

lightly closed fists and arms partially raised


Answer: 
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These are details that include sight, sound, touch, smell, and taste.
Most writers employ the five senses to engage a reader's interest
and create a gripping memorable story.
Sensory details
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The correct answer is: Sensory details


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One of the techniques in writing sensory details is stating what the


thing does. Tell whether when and where do you find it or how do you
know it’s there?
Select one:
True 
False
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“Two roads diverged in a yellow wood, And sorry I could not travel
both”, these lines came from Robert Frost’s ___________.

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a. Fire an Ice
b. Mending Wall
c. The Road not Taken 
d. After - Apple Picking
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This sonnet of Elizabeth Browning expressed love for her spouse;


specifically, to Robert Browning.

Select one:
a. Sonnet 14
b. Sonnet 26
c. Sonnet 44
d. Sonnet 43 
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He was a poet and labor organizer. He served as an intelligence officer


of the Hukbong Bayan Laban sa Hapon (Hukbalahap), an armed group
against Japanese invasion during World War II.
Select one:
a. Dr. Jose Rizal
b. Amando Hernandez 
c. Fernando Amorsolo
d. Andres Bonifacio
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This is a popular song in almost every struggle, from the anti-U.S.


protests of the 1920s and ‘30s, to the resistance movement against the
Japanese invasion in the ‘40s, the First Quarter Storm of the ‘70s and
the 1986 People Power.
Select one:
a. Lupang Hinirang
b. Pilipinas Kong Mahal
c. Pag-ibig sa Bayan
d. Ang Bayan Ko 
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He is also known as Huseng Batute. He is popular for his traditional


forms of poetry.
Select one:
a. Jose Garcia-Villa
b. Jose Corazon de Jesus 
c. Jose Protacio Rizal
d. Jose Maria-Panganiban
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It refers to the choice of words and style of expression that an author


makes and uses in a work of literature. It can have a great effect on the
tone of a piece of literature, and how readers perceive the characters.

Select one:
a. Diction 
b. Tone
c. Parallelism
d. Redundancy
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The correct answer is: Diction


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The lines in The Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes by Sir Arthur Conan


Doyle: “It seemed to me that a careful examination of the room and
the lawn might possibly reveal some traces of this mysterious
individual.” Sherlock Holmes is speaking to his close friend Dr. Watson.
His diction is _________.
Select one:
a. Slang
b. Colloquial
c. Formal 
d. Informal
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It means the superfluity or using words unnecessarily or using words


for a second time.

Select one:
a. Redundancy 
b. Diction
c. Tone
d. Parallelism
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The correct answer is: Redundancy


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There was an ovation when the minister rose up to speak. This


sentence has/is ____________.
Select one:
a. sentence fragments
b. no error
c. wrong modifier
d. Redundant 
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The correct answer is: Redundant


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TRUE OR FALSE: “Let’s meet at 12 midnight.” - 12 midnight is an


example of redundancy.
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True 
False
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A type of poetry that is composed of 3 lines, each a phrase. The first


line typically has 5 syllables, second line has 7 and the 3rd and last line
repeats another 5.

Select one:
a. Sonnet
b. Tanaga
c. Haiku 
d. Ballad
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The correct answer is: Haiku


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A literature that evokes a concentrated imaginative awareness of


experience or a specific emotional response through language chosen
and arranged for its meaning, sound, and rhythm.
Select one:
a. None of the above
b. Fiction
c. Poetry 
d. Non Fiction
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The correct answer is: Poetry


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It a form of nonfiction that talks about the story of a real person’s life.
It is written by the person whose the story is about.
Select one:
a. Autobiography 
b. Realistic Fiction
c. Biography
d. None of the above
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The correct answer is: Autobiography


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A form of fiction that pertains to the actions of the gods and/or


goddesses. Its chacacters are super-natural beings with human
emotions and qualoties.

Select one:
a. Folktales
b. Myths 
c. Classics
d. Historical Fiction
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The correct answer is: Myths


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It uses metric rules for amount of words, amount of paragraphs,


amount of rhymes. This also use grammatical rules, as types of rhymes.
This type of specific form is called ________.
Select one:
a. Conventional Form 
b. Non-Conventional Form
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The correct answer is: Conventional Form


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A five-line witty poem with a distinctive rhythm. The first, second and
fifth lines, the longer lines, rhyme. The third and fourth shorter lines
rhyme. (A-A-B-B-A).
Select one:
a. Limerick 
b. Ballad
c. Epic
d. Sonnet
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The correct answer is: Limerick


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A type of narrative poem in which a story often talks about folk or
legendary tales. It may take the form of a moral lesson or a song.
Select one:
a. Sonnet
b. Ballad 
c. Limerick
d. Epic
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The correct answer is: Ballad


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A French styled poem with nineteen lines, composed of three–line


stanza, with five tercets and a final quatrain. It uses refrain at the first
and third lines of each stanza.

Select one:
a. VIllanelle 
b. Limerick
c. Ballad
d. Epic
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The correct answer is: VIllanelle


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A short rhyming poem with 14 lines.

Select one:
a. Sonnet 
b. Free Verse
c. Ballad
d. Epic
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The correct answer is: Sonnet


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This type of poetry does not follow any rules. Their creation is


completely in the hands of the author. Rhyming, syllable count,
punctuation, number of lines, number of stanzas, and line formation
can be done however the author wants in order to convey the idea.

Select one:
a. Sonnet
b. Ballad
c. Epic
d. Free Verse 
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The correct answer is: Free Verse