Intermediate Rhetorical Figures in Spanish Literature

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The rhetorical figure that consists of altering the logical order of words is called _____.

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1. What rhetorical figure is this? ¡Oh virtuosa, magnífica guerra! (O virtuous, magnificent war!).

2. What rhetorical figure is this? Ábreme la puerta, blanca // ábreme la puerta, niña (Open the door for me, fair lady// open the door for me, girl).

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Our quiz and worksheet gives you insight into your understanding of the use of intermediate rhetorical figures in Spanish literature. Especially helpful before you take a test or move on to other subjects, you'll be asked about topics such as the rhetorical figure that consists of altering the logical order of words and which rhetorical figure involves accumulating words in an orderly manner.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

These quiz questions will ask you about:

  • Which rhetorical figure consists of altering the logical order of words
  • Which rhetorical figure is used in example phrases
  • The rhetorical figure that consists of accumulating words in an orderly manner
  • The rhetorical figure being used by substituting the word conflicto armado (armed conflict) for guerra (war)

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  • Interpreting information - verify that you can read information regarding the rhetorical figure that involves accumulating words in an orderly manner and interpret it correctly
  • Knowledge application - use your knowledge to answer questions about the rhetorical figure being used by using the word conflicto armado (armed conflict) instead of guerra (war)

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  • Explain what intermediate rhetorical figures bring to literature
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