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Module 2 Post - IV

Module 2 Post - Eng IV

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What is a literary form that uses humor to criticize or judge a specific target and bring about change or awareness? Satire
What is a satirical device that imitates its target in a playful mocking way? Parody
What is NOT an example of a satirical device? Simile
After we finished our homework, is an example of a Dependent clause
Jonathan Swift was a defender of ________________________. Ireland
Jonathan Swift used his satirical works to criticize ________________ for the way they treated the Irish. England
What word best describes the condition of Ireland in the 1700s? Poor
Which group was Swift NOT targeting in A Modest Proposal? Poor Irish
What is the tone of Swift’s satire in A Modest Proposal? Cutting and sarcastic
What part of speech is used to connect the two complete thoughts in a compound sentence? Conjunction
Which type of phrase cannot stand alone even though it has a subject and predicate? Dependent Clause
" Chris hit the winning ball and ran around the bases" --- is what type of sentence? simple sentence
What type of sentence can have 2 complete thoughts? Compound
The mnemonic devices used to help remember the common conjunctions? FANBOYS
"The dogs barked, but the cats were silent." --- is what type of sentence? compound sentence
Created by: adiahastrange
 

 



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