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CNF : Quiz 1

Quiz by Elaine Joy Cruz- Custodio

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  • Q1
    1. These types of drama are lighter in tone than ordinary works, and provide a happy conclusion.
    a. Comedy
    b. Tragicomedy
    c. Farce
    d. Musical Drama
    10s
  • Q2
    2.It identifies the time and place in which the events occur.
    a. Plot
    b. Stage
    c. Setting
    d. Style
    10s
  • Q3
    3. Dramatists not only tell their stories through acting and dialogue, but through dance as well as music.
    c. Musical Stage
    b. Melodrama
    a. Musical Drama
    d. Music Team
    10s
  • Q4
    4. The story is narrated to the audiences through the interaction between the play's characters through this.
    c. Dialogue
    d. Lines
    b. Travelogue
    a. Monologue
    10s
  • Q5
    5. This refers to the mode of expression or presentation of the play which points out the playwright’s position or viewpoint in life.
    a. Plot
    d. Style
    c. Story line
    b. Theme
    10s
  • Q6
    6. It is a mode of fictional representation through dialogue and performance.
    c. Drama Series
    d. Drama
    a. Dramatic Play
    b. Drama playwright
    10s
  • Q7
    7. It appeals to human senses to deepen the reader's understanding of the work.
    a. Images
    b. Aesthetic description
    c. Poetry
    d. Imagery
    10s
  • Q8
    8. These are the images that convey to the sense of sight
    b. Visual
    d. Auditory
    a. Tactile
    c. Olfactory
    10s
  • Q9
    9. It is usually a lyric poem of moderate length, with a serious subject, an elevated style, and an elaborate stanza pattern.
    d. Song
    a. Ode
    c. Limerick
    b. Elegy
    10s
  • Q10
    10. It is a narrative poem that has a musical rhythm and can be sung.
    d. Music
    c. Ballad
    a. Lyric
    b. Epic
    10s

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