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Recall that a participle is a verb form that is used an adjective. A participial phrase is a participle with its modifers and complements used as an adjective. 1. Read the following sentence. The cars passing by are filled with commuters. Which of the following sentences is NOT true? (1 point) The sentence includes a present participle. The participial phrase modifies the word commuters. The participial phrase is essential. No commas are needed. The participial phrase is passing by. 2. Read the following sentence. Family names derived from people's surroundings were common in the Middle Ages. Which of the following sentences is NOT true? (1 point) The sentence includes a past participle. The participial phrase modifies the words Middle Ages. The participial phrase is essential. No commas are needed. The participial phrase is derived from people's surroundings. 3. Read the following sentence. Names based on people's hometowns were common, too. Which of the following sentences is NOT true? (1 point) The sentence includes a past participle. The participial phrase modifies the word Names. The participial phrase is non-essential. Additional commas are needed. The participial phrase is based on people's hometown. Identify the participial phrase in the sentence below: 4. Read the following sentence. A shop identified by a bell or a star could give a name to its owner. Which of the following sentences is NOT true? (1 point) The sentence includes a present participle. The participial phrase modifies the word A shop. The participial phrase is essential. No additional commas are needed. The participial phrase is identified by a bell or a star. Identify the gerund phrase in the sentence below. 5. Making coffee may not be as easy as you think. (1 point) as easy Making coffee may not be as you think The following sentence contains an incorrect modifier. Identify whether it is a dangling modifier or a misplaced modifier. 6. We saw three fires flying over the forest. (1 point) misplaced dangling Identify the underlined portions in the following sentences as either independent or subordinate clauses. 7. Many people use bamboo screens that roll up and down. (1 point) subordinate independent 8. Bamboo is the fastest growing plant that we know. (1 point) subordinate independent Literature: Multiple Choice 9. Which of the following was not a major influence of the Modernist writers? (1 point) hope World War I World War II prosperity 10. In Hemingway’s short story, “In Another Country,” why does the narrator see himself as different from the other wounded soldiers who visit the hospital? (1 point) He viewed himself as better than the other soldiers. He thought the other soldiers were weak. He believed the wounded soldiers were heroic and he was not. He knew that he could speak English and the other soldiers could not. 11. What does “renaissance” mean? (1 point) renewal recollection rebirth return 12. In Ralph Ellison’s “The Black Ball” the narrator of the story stretches the truth or lies several times. What do you think is his motivation for being so untruthful? (1 point) He often tries to protect those around him, as well as avoid conflict. He tries to manipulate situations so that he gets what he desires. He is motivated by greed and tries to move up in society through his lies. He is only trying to protect himself and his son. 13. In Langston Hughes’s short story “Why, You Reckon?” what motivates the narrator to get involved in a scheme to rob a white person? (1 point) greed—he wants to earn more money in order to buy nicer things hunger—he needs the money to buy more food anger—he is angry at the separation of wealth between white and black oppression—he wants to use the money to better his low status in life 14. In “Mending Wall” the neighbors meet in the spring to repair the wall. One speaker does not see the necessity of the wall, yet he is the one who repairs the wall throughout the year in order to maintain it. What is this figurative element called when a character seems to do the opposite of what is expected? (1 point) oxymoron shift irony aphorism 15. In “Babylon Revisited,” why did Fitzgerald choose the title to be metaphoric of Paris? (1 point) Paris is a symbol of luxury. Paris is living in a wealth that will end up destructive. Paris was built to look like Babylon. Paris is the city of love. 16. Read the following passage from “In Another Country” by Ernest Hemingway. It was cold in the fall in Milan and the dark came very early. Then the electric lights came on, and it was pleasant along the streets looking in the windows. There was much game hanging outside the shops, and the snow powdered in the fur of the foxes and the wind blew their tails. What elements of Hemingway’s style are evident in this passage? (1 point) strategic repetition imagery ironic tone flowery language 17. Read the following passage from “The Chrysanthemums” by John Steinbeck. He replied with some asperity: “It might surprise you what them beasts can pull through.” What does the word asperity indicate about the man’s reply? (1 point) He replied roughly. He replied gently. He replied cheerfully. He replied formally. 18. Which of the following contributed to the rise of the Harlem Renaissance? (1 point) the end of World War I the Stock Market Crash of 1929 the absence of racism in New York the migration of African Americans to northern cities For questions 19-23, match the literary term with its correct definition. 19. when a story begins in the middle of the action (1 point) allegory aphorism diction in medias res metaphor 20. the word choice an author chooses (1 point) allegory aphorism diction in medias res metaphor 21. when objects, persons, or objects in a story are used as symbols (1 point) allegory aphorism diction in medias res metaphor 22. a direct comparison that does not use the words like, as, or than (1 point) allegory aphorism diction in medias res metaphor 23. a clever statement that communicates a truth (1 point) allegory aphorism diction in medias res metaphor 24. Read the following passage from “Babylon Revisited” by F. Scott Fitzgerald. “I’m delighted,” Marion said vehemently. “Now at least you can go into a store without their assuming you’re a millionaire.” What does the word vehemently indicate about Marion’s tone? (1 point) She spoke dishonestly. She spoke quietly. She spoke forcefully. She spoke persuasively. Matching Match the author with the description. A. Ernest Hemingway B. John Steinbeck C. Robert Frost D. Langston Hughes 25. Summers spent in Pacific Grove, California influenced the symbolism in his literature. (1 point) 26. His poetry includes simple, direct language. Many are dramatic monologues written in free verse are about life on New England farms. (1 point) 27. The mood and tone of his literature is largely shaped by his experience as a soldier in World War I. (1 point) 28. His poetry and short stories include dialect which and colloquialisms which give his primarily African American characters distinctive voices. (1 point) Match the meaning with the correct prefix. A. ambi– B. ex– C. re– D. sym– 29. out of, from (1 point) 30. on both sides (1 point) 31. same (1 point) 32. again, back (1 point) Read the following passage from "The Chrysanthemums" by John Steinbeck and answer questions 29–31. 33. This passage implies that women in Elisa’s time and place were (1 point) seen as weak and dependent. free to do whatever they chose. restricted to safe, traditional roles. easily fooled. 34. In lines 15–16, the phrase “The wagon turned and crawled out the entrance road” is an example of (1 point) fantasy. simile. unreliable narrator. personification. 35. Line 3 describes a gesture in which Elisa’s “upper lip raised a little, showing her teeth.” Considering the context of the passage, this gesture might be best interpreted to show an attitude of (1 point) shock. challenge. discouragement. relief.
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this is for unit 1 lesson 12 Voices of Modernism (1920s to 1940s)
Well I can't help ya cause I'm in 9th! Sorry :/
any body did thid test and got the answers?
@haker808st8 did you ever get the answers ? Can you send them to me, please ! :3
can somebody help me with some of theses questions please i just want somebody to check my anwsers
Can you help me check my answers @cantsavecoke or @haker808st8
i took this, got a 100% (:
briannashepard can you help me please i'm horrible with english
@Briana(; did you get the answers?