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Which of the following terms best describes the actions of the husband in the short story “Another Evening at the Club”? (1 point) violent. supportive. confused. patronizing.
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The literary device used most to convey the author’s point in “The Happy Man” is _________ (1 point) symbolism. dark humor. setting. extended metaphor. 5. Tammuz and Tuqan’s works deal with what broad theme? (1 point) the Arab–Israeli conflict forbidden love the clash of modern and traditional life parent–child relationships 6. In “The Women’s Baths,” what does the grandmother call “her affliction”? (1 point) arthritis advancing age daughter-in-law poverty 7. What is not satirized in “Wanted: A Town Without A Crazy”? (1 point) people’s generosity superstition war professional occupations 8. In “Behind the Veil,” which set of words best describes Sihan’s relationship with her veil? (1 point) avoids and embraces despises and loves cleans and irons caresses and tears 9. “Five Hours to Simla” is an example of which broad theme? (1 point) the heartbreak of war the effects of poverty the clash of modernization and traditional life the struggle of women for equality 10. Which of the following would be considered the main idea of “Like the Sun”? (1 point) Truth or death is how life should be. Follow your heart, and the truth shall prevail. Honesty is the best policy. There is a price to be paid for telling the truth 11. In “The Tall Woman and Her Short Husband,” Mrs. Tall can be described as __________ (1 point) violent and angry. reserved and sincere. sad and lonely. happy and outgoing. 12. In “ A Way of Talking” Rose and the narrator both ______________ (1 point) love and value their family. despise their families. are quiet and reserved. are outgoing and spontaneous. 13. In the opening scene of “Saboteur,” the air smelled of rotten melons. What does this detail foreshadow? (1 point) the change in Mr. Chui’s behavior the corrupt actions that follow in the story the transition of the political climate from good to bad the downfall of Mr. Chui’s health 14. “Tokyo” and “Cranes” deal with what broad theme? (1 point) the effects of war the plight of women relationships between generations international conflict 15. In “Thoughts of Hanoi,” which of the following people would most likely be the speaker of the poem? (1 point) a Vietnamese man who fled Hanoi and joined the army in the South the brother of man who fled Hanoi and joined the army in the North the child of a soldier of the southern army the child of a soldier of the southern army 16. Identify the sentence in which the underlined pronoun is used incorrectly. (1 point) You're never going to believe what I just heard! Have you turned in you're English paper yet? Watch where you’re going! Do you remember your giving me the key? 17. Identify the choice that correctly completes the sentence: Neither Omar nor Kurt has turned in _______ permission form. (1 point) their his or her his they’re 18. Identify the choice that correctly completes the sentence: _____ of these paintings were damaged by the flood. 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(1 point) more most least none of the above 24. Identify the choice that best describes the sentence: You must be kidding! (1 point) declarative imperative interrogative exclamatory 25. Identify the incorrectly punctuated sentence in the group. (1 point) Gary is going to take pictures in the park and at the zoo. Jennifer is going with him, but she does not have any film. She wants to buy film, and chewing gum. They will photograph monkeys, lions, and flamingos. 26. Identify the correctly punctuated sentence in the group. (1 point) On June 3 1965, Ed White became the first American to walk in space. George Washington was born on February 22, 1732. What happened on July 4 1776? On June 6, 1944 the Allies landed in Normandy. 27. Identify the incorrectly punctuated sentence in the group. (1 point) In softball, pitchers throw the ball underhand; in baseball, the ball is thrown overhand. Ice hockey is played on a rink; but field hockey is played outdoors. Another difference between the two kinds is the shoes; cleats do not work well on ice. Many sports involve hitting, throwing, or kicking an object into a goal or basket. 28. Identify the correctly punctuated sentence. (1 point) Her [Sonia Sotomayor’s] nomination to the Supreme Court was a first for Latina women. Her . . . Sonia Sotomayor’s . . . nomination to the Supreme Court was a first for Latina women. Her—(Sonia Sotomayor’s)—nomination to the Supreme Court was a first for Latina women. Her, Sonia Sotomayor’s, nomination to the Supreme Court was a first for Latina women. 29. Identify the incorrect word in the sentence: Nina said that nobody’s shoes are as muddy as hers’s or mine. (1 point) nobody’s hers’s mine no error For questions 30–39, identify the definition of the bold-faced word in each sentence. 30. Because he wanted to play baseball so badly, his face was crestfallen when I told him the game was rained out. (1 point) rebellious determined dejected incredulous 31. I fought the crowds at the department store; my quarry—a birthday present for my brother. (1 point) patience target anger accomplishment 32. I will always treasure the heirloom quilt I received from my grandmother. (1 point) inherited shabby comfortable homemade 33. The crumbs around her mouth provided irrefutable evidence that she had eaten my cake. (1 point) shaky implausible fictitious undeniable 34. The exhausted soldier who fell asleep at his post was found guilty of dereliction of duty. (1 point) fulfillment loss neglect attention 35. I felt a strong compunction about trespassing in the creepy, old, abandoned house. (1 point) uneasiness addiction yearning tension 36. The cute puppy eventually ingratiated itself with my mother. (1 point) joined charmed offended irritated 37. My repeated attempts to ask my dream date to prom were rebuffed to my great dismay. (1 point) rejected mocked accepted ignored 38. The enmity between House Republicans and Democrats often keeps them from getting anything of real value done. (1 point) cooperation boredom debate hostility 39. The horrible smells coming from the garbage can assailed my nose. (1 point) warmed massaged attacked healed Matching For questions 40–44, match the definitions below with the correct terms. A. where a story takes place B. the use of an unexplainable event to resolve a story C. poking fun at human folly D. the study of word origins E. understanding of people through their words, thoughts, and actions 40. characterization (1 point) 41. setting (1 point) 42. satire (1 point) 43. deus ex machina (1 point) 44. etymology (1 point) For questions 45–49, match the definitions below with the correct terms. A. a persuasive appeal to the emotions B. a polite way of expressing an unpleasant truth C. the emotion a reader takes from a story D. overstating for effect E. the point an author is trying to prove 45. euphemism (1 point) 46. thesis (1 point) 47. mood (1 point) 48. exaggeration (1 point) 49. pathos (1 point) For questions 51–55, match the definition below with the correct terms. A. the description of an event that took place in the past B. A regional way of speaking C. Elements of a story that hint at the ending D. A comparison of two things using “like” or “as” 50. dialect (1 point) 51. flashback (1 point) 52. simile (1 point) 53. foreshadowing (1 point)
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damien
  • damien
the 1st one is supportive

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damien
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"five hours to simla" is a clash of modernization life
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haha ok
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yeah :)
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