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1. “True, there were some among these quiet people who flouted the law, poachers bent on making more money in one night than they could earn in a whole month in the flax sheds.…” (1 point) (0 pts) enforced (0 pts) obeyed (1 pt) defied (0 pts) enacted 1 /1 point 2. “Kugler, Ferdinand was a thief before his tenth year and an inveterate liar.” (1 point) (1 pt) habitual (0 pts) believable (0 pts) undetectable (0 pts) entertaining 1 /1 point 3. “But really, why don’t You…why don’t You Yourself do the judging?” Kugler asked pensively. (1 point) (0 pts) regretfully (0 pts) eagerly (0 pts) happily (1 pt) thoughtfully 1 /1 point 4. “The council has forbidden itinerant entertainers to stop on municipal property.” (1 point) (0 pts) acrobatic (0 pts) acting (0 pts) country (1 pt) traveling 1 /1 point 5. [We] … began to talk about the weather again, … and other banal and insoluble questions. (1 point) (1 pt) trite (0 pts) critical (0 pts) controversial (0 pts) unexpected 1 /1 point 6. "Though another of Mohammed’s commandments—the one on alcoholic drinks—was broken (and without constraint, as I know now) no latitude was allowed with regard to pork." (1 point) (0 pts) argument (0 pts) sharing (1 pt) leeway (0 pts) expense 1 /1 point 7. The people in Eugene Ionesco’s story start to turn into _________ (1 point) (0 pts) wingspanroaches. (0 pts) monkeys. (1 pt) rhinoceroses. (0 pts) giraffes. 1 /1 point 8. The “black sheep” in Italo Calvino’s fable causes problems because he is __________ (1 point) (1 pt) honest. (0 pts) gullible. (0 pts) dishonest. (0 pts) cruel. 1 /1 point 9. Andrei Voznesensky compares a young girl’s first disappointment to “First _______” (1 point) (0 pts) Spring. (0 pts) Raindrops. (1 pt) Frost. (0 pts) Skylark. 1 /1 point 10. The Muslim narrator in “Forbidden Fruit” prides himself on his _______ (1 point) (0 pts) appetite. (0 pts) driving. (0 pts) handwriting. (1 pt) abstinence. 1 /1 point True or False 11. In “The Last Judgment,” a murderer learns that he will receive not divine but human justice. (1 point) (1 pt) true (0 pts) false 0 /1 point 12. Boris Pasternak was allowed to accept the Nobel Prize for Doctor Zhivago when it was awarded. (1 point) (0 pts) true (1 pt) false 1 /1 point For questions 13–19, identify the term that correctly identifies each sentence or underlined word or words in the sentence. 13. My name, Cynthia, is from a Greek word for moon. (1 point) (1 pt) simple sentence (0 pts) compound sentence (0 pts) complex sentence (0 pts) compound-complex sentence 1 /1 point 14. I was not surprised when I learned that. (1 point) (0 pts) simple sentence (0 pts) compound sentence (1 pt) complex sentence (0 pts) compound-complex sentence 0 /1 point 15. After all, I have always been a night owl, and I prefer moonlight to sunlight. (1 point) (0 pts) simple sentence (1 pt) compound sentence (0 pts) complex sentence (0 pts) compound-complex sentence 1 /1 point 16. The most popular girl’s name when I was born was Ashley. (1 point) (0 pts) independent clause (1 pt) adverbial clause (0 pts) adjectival clause (0 pts) noun clause 1 /1 point 17. I guess that Ashley wasn’t popular in our town. (1 point) (0 pts) independent clause (0 pts) adverbial clause (0 pts) adjectival clause (1 pt) noun clause 1 /1 point 18. I do know three Caitlyns, and my brother knows at least three Kaylas. (1 point) (1 pt) independent clause (0 pts) adverbial clause (0 pts) adjectival clause (0 pts) noun clause 1 /1 point 19. My middle name, Abigail, is the name that I like best. (1 point) (0 pts) independent clause (0 pts) adverbial clause (1 pt) adjectival clause (0 pts) noun clause 0 /1 point
THANK U THANK U THANK U SOOOOOOOO MUUCH!!!:D
if it says 0/1 point it mean i just got it wrong but the one marked is right!
No problem! :)
Wow man this is what we call cheating
ehh i like to call it helping :)
lol me 2:)
Maybe if the mods come to know they will kill you.
D: but they wont know..:P
I just have to message them or press a button here :D
Should I ?
umm.. well.. i dont think u should..
Haha ok,fine. Don't worry Just try to do some learning guys,what is the use of copying them down when nothing goes in your head You will not get this now but the day you step into your practical life you would remember my words.
... when would u ever even need 2 know this stuff in real life?
You never know......you may turnout to be an english teacher.
gross.. lol i dont think so:P
You never know.
exactly. most of the stuff we learn we'd never even use! Like clauses and nouns.. i've never heard of anyone needing to know what they are for basically anything but being a teacher.
i dont wanna be an english teacher.. so i wont be..:P
lol ikr? haha:)
@lu-lou @lexi503 The reason why people call you blonde.
im not blonde...
You did not get what i meant :)
Anyways,Its up to you now lol :D
ook:P thanks..? lol:D
are these answers right?
Yes! copied it right from the quiz. :)
I forgot. What is the title of this book?