Language Functions

Quiz on Language Function – MCQ 06

Quiz on Language Function – MCQ 06. Welcome to our Language Function Quiz! Language is a fundamental part of human communication, and it serves various functions that help us convey our thoughts, feelings, and ideas to others. In this quiz, you will be tested on your understanding of the different functions of language, such as expressing emotions, providing information, persuading, and establishing social connections.

Quiz on Language Function – MCQ 06

This quiz is designed to test your knowledge of the various ways in which language is used, and how it influences our communication with others. Whether you are a student of linguistics, a professional communicator, or simply someone interested in language and communication, this quiz will challenge your understanding and provide an opportunity to learn more about the functions of language.

So, let’s dive in and see how much you know about the different language functions!

#1. What is the following quote an example of? "The pen is mightier than the sword"

#2. What is the definition of the word "jargon"?

#3. Which of the following is an example of a hyperbole? (You may choose more then one answer)

#4. A simile is an example of literal language.

#5. Which of the following are examples of contractions? (You may choose more than one answer)

#6. " The blue shoe flew through the new port-a-loo" is an example of assonance

#7. What is a synonym of the word "paragraph" in relation to poetry?

#8. A dove is a symbol of:

#9. Colloquial language involves the use of sophisticated phrases.

#10. In which point of view is this phrase? "Harry looked into my eyes with an odd expression"

#11. Which of the following is a metaphor? (You may choose more than one answer)



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