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Composition

Composition

What is the first thing that pops up in your head the moment I say the word ‘Composition’? Well to me, I think of something that I am creating.

Maybe a piece of literature to be a little more specific with you. However, the Wikipedia definition of the word goes something like this, the word is derived from Latin and in terms of written language, it means that piece which is composed or created by an author whilst they are writing a piece of Literature.

A composition is a written work in terms of literature, but can also be an essay, biography and other works which are associated with the field of rhetoric.

Now let’s talk about composition in terms a fictional piece of literature.

 

 

 

A piece of fiction has an outline, wherein, the composition has a somewhat technique according to which the piece is written. This is completely based on the author’s discretion.

Next, we move on to the plot of a composition, a plot is nothing more than the course of events which are followed in a piece of literature.

Almost all pieces of composition have a theme that they follow, an idea or subject that they want to incorporate into their pieces.

The different characters of any composition have a dialogue or conversation that takes place between two or more characters. This is a very important aspect of any composition because a dialogue gives your piece a lot more strength and outline than a piece which does not have any dialogue in it.

Now coming to one of the most important parts of any composition, characterisation, what I mean by this is that one has to always make sure that the way or process of creating a character is carefully thought through, because if you do not pay a lot of attention to the characteristics of your characters, then the readers might lose interest in your piece and that is something that none of us wants!

 

 

 

Now let’s talk a little bit about non-fictional work, which is mainly found in rhetoric. Under this form of composition, any writer uses his words in a very strategic manner. They use oral, written, visual, forms to convince the audience and motivate them into believing a particular situation.

Now, these things might seem too much for any beginner, but they aren’t. These factors are present in our everyday writings and if you just read any piece of literature mindfully, then you can notice them too.

Quiz for Composition

Q.1

Read the passage and fill the numbered gaps with the suitable word:

The Congress (1)_______ issued on the eve of the (2)______ elections contains an open endorsement of the Dunkel Draft. Stress has been (3)______ allaying two specific apprehensions. The Dunkel Draft, the manifesto says, poses no (4)______ to food subsidies and the subsidy-based public (5)______ system. The GATT treaty, it is explained would allow (6)______ to the extent of 10% of the market price. Second, there should (7)______ be no fear on account of the Dunkel stipulation of allowing (8)______ of farm products up to three per cent of its domestic output. Imports of such a piffling order, according to the manifesto, could (9)______ no threat to the domestic price (10)______

a) manifesto
b) draft
c) paper
d) souvenir

Q.2

Read the passage and fill the numbered gaps with the suitable word:

The Congress (1)_______ issued on the eve of the (2)______ elections contains an open endorsement of the Dunkel Draft. Stress has been (3)______ allaying two specific apprehensions. The Dunkel Draft, the manifesto says, poses no (4)______ to food subsidies and the subsidy-based public (5)______ system. The GATT treaty, it is explained would allow (6)______ to the extent of 10% of the market price. Second, there should (7)______ be no fear on account of the Dunkel stipulation of allowing (8)______ of farm products up to three per cent of its domestic output. Imports of such a piffling order, according to the manifesto, could (9)______ no threat to the domestic price (10)______

a) recent
b) past
c) immediate
d) old

Q.3

Read the passage and fill the numbered gaps with the suitable word:

The Congress (1)_______ issued on the eve of the (2)______ elections contains an open endorsement of the Dunkel Draft. Stress has been (3)______ allaying two specific apprehensions. The Dunkel Draft, the manifesto says, poses no (4)______ to food subsidies and the subsidy-based public (5)______ system. The GATT treaty, it is explained would allow (6)______ to the extent of 10% of the market price. Second, there should (7)______ be no fear on account of the Dunkel stipulation of allowing (8)______ of farm products up to three per cent of its domestic output. Imports of such a piffling order, according to the manifesto, could (9)______ no threat to the domestic price (10)______

a) put on
b) give
c) laid on
d) placed on

Q.4

Read the passage and fill the numbered gaps with the suitable word:

The Congress (1)_______ issued on the eve of the (2)______ elections contains an open endorsement of the Dunkel Draft. Stress has been (3)______ allaying two specific apprehensions. The Dunkel Draft, the manifesto says, poses no (4)______ to food subsidies and the subsidy-based public (5)______ system. The GATT treaty, it is explained would allow (6)______ to the extent of 10% of the market price. Second, there should (7)______ be no fear on account of the Dunkel stipulation of allowing (8)______ of farm products up to three per cent of its domestic output. Imports of such a piffling order, according to the manifesto, could (9)______ no threat to the domestic price (10)______

a) problem
b) danger
c) situation
d) threat

Q.5

Read the passage and fill the numbered gaps with the suitable word:

The Congress (1)_______ issued on the eve of the (2)______ elections contains an open endorsement of the Dunkel Draft. Stress has been (3)______ allaying two specific apprehensions. The Dunkel Draft, the manifesto says, poses no (4)______ to food subsidies and the subsidy-based public (5)______ system. The GATT treaty, it is explained would allow (6)______ to the extent of 10% of the market price. Second, there should (7)______ be no fear on account of the Dunkel stipulation of allowing (8)______ of farm products up to three per cent of its domestic output. Imports of such a piffling order, according to the manifesto, could (9)______ no threat to the domestic price (10)______

a) distribution
b) dealing
c) working
d) relation

Q.6

Read the passage and fill the numbered gaps with the suitable word:

The Congress (1)_______ issued on the eve of the (2)______ elections contains an open endorsement of the Dunkel Draft. Stress has been (3)______ allaying two specific apprehensions. The Dunkel Draft, the manifesto says, poses no (4)______ to food subsidies and the subsidy-based public (5)______ system. The GATT treaty, it is explained would allow (6)______ to the extent of 10% of the market price. Second, there should (7)______ be no fear on account of the Dunkel stipulation of allowing (8)______ of farm products up to three per cent of its domestic output. Imports of such a piffling order, according to the manifesto, could (9)______ no threat to the domestic price (10)______

a) concession
b) allowance
c) subsidy
d) aid

Q.7

Read the passage and fill the numbered gaps with the suitable word:

The Congress (1)_______ issued on the eve of the (2)______ elections contains an open endorsement of the Dunkel Draft. Stress has been (3)______ allaying two specific apprehensions. The Dunkel Draft, the manifesto says, poses no (4)______ to food subsidies and the subsidy-based public (5)______ system. The GATT treaty, it is explained would allow (6)______ to the extent of 10% of the market price. Second, there should (7)______ be no fear on account of the Dunkel stipulation of allowing (8)______ of farm products up to three per cent of its domestic output. Imports of such a piffling order, according to the manifesto, could (9)______ no threat to the domestic price (10)______

a) too
b) even
c) exactly
d) also

Q.8

Read the passage and fill the numbered gaps with the suitable word:

The Congress (1)_______ issued on the eve of the (2)______ elections contains an open endorsement of the Dunkel Draft. Stress has been (3)______ allaying two specific apprehensions. The Dunkel Draft, the manifesto says, poses no (4)______ to food subsidies and the subsidy-based public (5)______ system. The GATT treaty, it is explained would allow (6)______ to the extent of 10% of the market price. Second, there should (7)______ be no fear on account of the Dunkel stipulation of allowing (8)______ of farm products up to three per cent of its domestic output. Imports of such a piffling order, according to the manifesto, could (9)______ no threat to the domestic price (10)______

a) sell
b) imports
c) exports
d) purchase

Q.9

Read the passage and fill the numbered gaps with the suitable word:

The Congress (1)_______ issued on the eve of the (2)______ elections contains an open endorsement of the Dunkel Draft. Stress has been (3)______ allaying two specific apprehensions. The Dunkel Draft, the manifesto says, poses no (4)______ to food subsidies and the subsidy-based public (5)______ system. The GATT treaty, it is explained would allow (6)______ to the extent of 10% of the market price. Second, there should (7)______ be no fear on account of the Dunkel stipulation of allowing (8)______ of farm products up to three per cent of its domestic output. Imports of such a piffling order, according to the manifesto, could (9)______ no threat to the domestic price (10)______.

a) pose
b) make
c) create
d) affect

Q.10

Read the passage and fill the numbered gaps with the suitable word:

The Congress (1)_______ issued on the eve of the (2)______ elections contains an open endorsement of the Dunkel Draft. Stress has been (3)______ allaying two specific apprehensions. The Dunkel Draft, the manifesto says, poses no (4)______ to food subsidies and the subsidy-based public (5)______ system. The GATT treaty, it is explained would allow (6)______ to the extent of 10% of the market price. Second, there should (7)______ be no fear on account of the Dunkel stipulation of allowing (8)______ of farm products up to three per cent of its domestic output. Imports of such a piffling order, according to the manifesto, could (9)______ no threat to the domestic price (10)______

a) structure
b) system
c) line
d) pattern

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