Question number : 1
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Identify the figure of speech used in the following Imes.
“Trust no Future, howe’er pleasant!”
(A) Metaphor
(B) Personification
(C) Simile
(D) Oxymoron

Question number : 2
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“To a mild judicious tap
Virgin rock takes form
Sharp edges merge
Into smooth well moulded curves”
Point out the ‘personification’ used in the given lines
(A) Smooth well 
(B) Sharp edges
(C) Virgin rock
(D) Moulded curves

Question number : 3
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The figure of speech used in the following poetic line,
“O Ye Wheels” from the poem “The Cry of the Children” of Elizabeth Barrett Browning is
(A) Simile
(B) Metaphor
(C) Personification
(D) Allusion

Question number : 4
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Find out the figure of speech in the following lines.
“He stalks in his vivid stripes
The few steps of his cage”
(A) Simile
(B) Metaphor
(C) Alliteration
(D) Personification

Question number : 5
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O! ye wheels! (breaking out in a mad moaning)
Stop! be silent for to-day!
The figure of speech used here is
(A) Simile
(B) Metaphor
(C) Personification
(D) Hyperbole

Question number : 6
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The following line is from the play ,Julius Caesar.
“O Judg’ment! Thou art fled to brutish beasts”
The figure of speech employed in the above line is
(A) Antithesis
(B) Personification
(C) Metaphor
(D) Oxymoron

Question number : 7
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“How beautiful you are, Earth, and how sublime
How perfect your obedience to the light and how – noble is your submission to the sun”
What is the figure of speech used in the above lines?
(A) Personification
(B) Metaphor
(C) Metonymy
(D) Simile

Question number : 8
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‘O ye wheels’ (breaking out in a mad moaning)
‘Stop ! be silent for today !’
The figure of speech used here is——-
(A) Simile
(B) Personification
(C) Metaphor
(D) Repetition

Question number : 9
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Identify the poetic line that differs from others :
(A) If you can’t be a bush, be a bit of the grass
(B) Guesting a while in the rooms of a beautiful inn
(C) O ye wheels . . . . stop! Be silent for today!
(D) The globe’s my world, the cloud is my kin

Question number : 10
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“How beautiful you are, Earth and how sublime”.
Mention the figure of speech from the options given.
(A) Oxymoron
(B) Personification
(C) Simile
(D) Metaphor

Question number : 11
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Find out the figure of speech in the following poetic lines :
“O If you can meet with triumph and disaster
And treat those two impostors just the same”.
(A) Personification
(B) Simile
(C) Metaphor
(D) Oximoron