THIS USER ASKED 👇
Which phrase defines “chiasmus” best?
O the use of repetition in opposite order with the focus on the structure of the phrasing
O the use of repetition at the beginning of sentences or phrases
a reference to something common that most people should recognize
O a suggestion that one thing is like another thing when they are actually opposites
THIS IS THE BEST ANSWER 👇
A) use repetition in order contrary to the focus on phrase structure.
Explanation: chiasmus is a rhetorical or literary figure in which words, grammatical constructions, or concepts are repeated in reverse order, for example: “We shape our buildings, and in turn our buildings shape us.” -Winston Churchill. From the choices given, the phrase “chiasmus” best defines the corresponding to option A: use repetition in order contrary to the focus on the structure of perception.