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Which of these sentences includes a subordinating conjunction? A. The speaker talks to the Moon, but the Moon does not answer. B. The Moon looks sad as she climbs the night sky. C. The speaker believes that the Moon can judge lovers. --------D. Although the speaker talks to the Moon, he does not expect an answer. By merely coloring his hair, he completely ____ his appearance. A. prefigures B. remedies ---------C. alters D. impedes Which words are participles that can be used as adjectives in the blanks of this sentence? Poets are known for their ____ hearts and ____ souls. ---------A. searching; tortured B. warm; colorful C. big; sensitive D. expansive; tragic In "The Tragedy of Macbeth", the trees of Birnham Wood moving toward Dunsinane are ____ of Macbeth's downfall. A. clamorous B. developments ---------C. harbingers D. perturbations Which of these details from Marlowe's "The Passionate Shepherd to His Love" are most likely to wither? A. a thousand fragrant posies ---------B. melodious birds C. raging rivers D. coral clasps Which word is a synonym for melodious? A. tasty B. humming ----------C. tuneful D. loud What is the central theme of Act I of The Tragedy of Macbeth? A. the price of fame B. the supernatural -----------C. betrayal D. loyalty in battle Macbeth declares he will “sleep no more” because he believes A. he will now become a fugitive. -------------B. his conscience will never let him rest. C. he will not have sweet dreams. D. he will soon die. What is imagery? A. blank verse B. Shakespearean language ---------C. language that writers use to re-create sensory experiences D. very formal language When the doctor tells the waiting-gentlewoman to take from Lady Macbeth “the means of all annoyance,” it is because he fears that Lady Macbeth might ---------A. be upset when she finds out she's been sleepwalking. B. be guilty of a crime of treason. C. plan to leave Dunsinane. D. try to kill herself. Which word best describes the attitude of the speaker in Raleigh's poem? A. passionate ----------B. idealistic C. cynical D. sad Which choice best states the relationship of the two poems to the pastoral tradition? ----------A. Both are typical of poems written in the pastoral tradition. B. Marlowe's poem is typical of poems written in the pastoral tradition, while Raleigh's poem mocks aspects of that tradition. C. Raleigh's poem is typical of poems written in the pastoral tradition, while Marlowe's poem mocks aspects of that tradition. D. Neither is typical of poems written in the pastoral tradition. Which of the following was most likely the purpose of Psalm 23? A. to portray events in the Holy Land B. to tell of historical events C. to describe people's reliance upon animals ----------D. to be used as a hymn for public worship Which kind of figurative language is used in this first line of Psalm 23? The Lord is my shepherd; I shall not want. A. hyperbole B. simile C. metaphor ----------D. personification Psalm 23 can be characterized as lyrical because it ------------A. expresses the feelings and observations of a single speaker. B. tells a story from which a moral can be drawn. C. has no consistent rhyme scheme. D. can be accompanied by music. Which of the following is the best paraphrase of these lines from Sidney's Sonnet 31? What, may it be that even in heavenly place / That busy archer his sharp arrows tries? A. Is it true that they practice archery in heaven? B. What kind of sharp arrows fly in heaven? -----------C. Is it true that people fall in love in heaven? D. Does an archer fix his arrows in heaven? In Sonnet 116, Shakespeare describes love as ____. A. fickle B. unique C. humorous ----------D. long-lasting Who is the speaker in Raleigh's poem? A. the shepherd speaking in Marlowe's poem B. the passionate poet speaking in Marlowe's poem C. the shepherdess addressed in Marlowe's poem ---------D. a nymph who overhears the Marlowe's speaker addressing his beloved Critical Reading Identify the letter of the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question. In Oedipus the King, why does Oedipus ask to be sent away from Thebes, his home? A. He is afraid the citizens of Thebes will turn on him and kill him. --------B. He wants to plot his eventual return to Thebes. C. He knows it is the only way he will see his children again. D. He believes he deserves the suffering that would come from this banishment. In Faust, why does Faust, in his “mad striving” to overcome human limitation, reject intellectual knowledge? A. He hates all intellectuals. B. He has already sought intellectual understanding and failed. --------C. Mephistopheles refuses to support his intellectual ambitions. D. He cares only about experience through the senses.
I'm pretty sure I got a good bit of them correct but the last 3 & 10th one I had a little trouble figuring out
You got 11 out of 20 correct.
u guys in ashworth too? im pulling my hair out with this program