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1.In "Young Goodman Brown," as Goodman Brown walks into the forest, he meets
a.a ghost with a walking cane.
b.an older man with a staff in the shape of a serpent.
c.a devilish Indian with a bow.
d.a man with a staff in the shape of a rope.
2.In "Young Goodman Brown," Goodman Brown is compelled to continue into the forest toward
the devilish gathering when ___
a.the older man gives him a staff.
b.he hears the minister talking.
c.he sees a ribbon from his wife Faith’s cap.
c.he sees his neighbor.
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3.Which of the following sentences best defines paraphrasing?
a.When paraphrasing, you shorten a passage to omit repetition.
b.When paraphrasing, you rewrite a passage in your own words.
c.When paraphrasing, you state the main idea of a passage.
d.When paraphrasing, you evaluate whether a passage is factual or opinionated.
4.Which of the following is not true of Salem, Massachusetts?
a.In 1692, a witchcraft hysteria consumed Salem, resulting in the deaths of 20 people.
b.One of Nathaniel Hawthorne's ancestors was a judge in Salem.
c.Salem is the setting of "Young Goodman Brown" and other Hawthorne stories.
d.The Puritans in Salem upheld freedom of religion.
5.Which of the following vocabulary words has a positive connotation?