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[answered] 10.17 A Can Someone answer the 30 Multiple Choice Questions


10.17 A

Can Someone answer the 30 Multiple Choice Questions Now!!!!


Question 1
  1. Read the passage.

    M?rgar?t, ?re you gr?eving
    Over Goldengrove unleaving?

    Which best interprets how Hopkins' use of the underlined imagery creates meaning in the poem?


    It shows the reader how the seasons change slowly.

    It illustrates the idea that autumn is a time of death.

    It reveals that fallen leaves symbolize fallen soldiers.

    It shows that the forest is a mysterious and dangerous place.



Question 2
  1. Which best expresses the theme of "Spring and Fall"?


    Everyone must face his or her own death eventually.

    Nature is the best place to meditate.

    Children cannot understand death.

    Innocence is best left in childhood.



Question 3
  1. Which best explains how the regretful tone creates meaning in "Spring and Fall"?


    It reveals that the author regrets writing the poem.

    It shows that regret can eat at one's soul.

    It helps the reader to understand the theme of loss of innocence.

    It illustrates the regret of the speaker for allowing the girl to cry.



Question 4
  1. Review the terms from "in Just."

    ?

    mud-luscious and puddle-wonderful

    ?

    Which best identifies the literary device represented by these terms and interprets its effect?


    These are examples of personification; they describe the balloon man to readers.

    These are examples of sensory language; they capture the appearance and mood of the world in early spring.

    These are examples of similes; they depict the movement of the children in the poem.

    These are examples of allusion; they establish the rhyme scheme of the poem.



Question 5
  1. Which meter is used in the poem "In Just"?


    iambic pentameter

    An ABAB rhyme scheme

    free verse

    that of a sonnet



Question 6
  1. Read the line from "In Just."

    whistles???? far???? and wee

    Which best explains how the structure of this line contributes to the structure of the poem?


    It follows a strict pattern of syllables.

    It is the same length as the other lines.

    It emphasizes certain words.

    It emphasizes action words.



Question 7
  1. Which word has the most similar definition to the Spanish word acento?


    accent

    centipede

    scientific

    cent



Question 8
  1. Read the passage.

    While barred clouds bloom the soft-dying day,

    ?? And touch the stubble-plains with rosy hue;

    Which best explains how the mood in this passage creates meaning in the poem "To Autumn"?


    The sad mood emphasizes the coming of winter.

    The happy mood emphasizes the arrival of spring.

    The joyful mood tells the reader that death is only a stage of life.

    The resentful mood supports the idea that life goes by too quickly.



Question 9
  1. Read the passage.

    ?

    When the heat like a mist veil floats,
    And poppies flame in the rye,
    And the silver note in the streamlet?s throat
    Has softened almost to a sigh,
    It is July.

    ?

    Which best identifies and interprets the device underlined in the passage?


    The device is a metaphor; it compares water to silver.

    The device is a simile; It appeals to the sense of sound by comparing the water to a sigh.

    The device is sensory language; it appeals to hearing by suggesting the creek is mostly quiet because the heat of Summer has dried up its water.

    The device is a motif; It creates a sense of softness due to the repetition of the s sound.



Question 10
  1. Read the passage from "It Sifts from Leaden Sieves."

    It Ruffles Wrists of Posts
    As Ankles of a Queen -
    Then stills its Artisans - like Ghosts -
    Denying they have been -

    Which poetic device is demonstrated in the passage? What is its meaning?


    simile; snow protects like a high fence

    metaphor; snow is a schoolyard bully

    imagery; the snow is deep and slippery

    personification; the snow commands its workers



Question 11
  1. Read the passage:

    It makes an Even Face

    Of Mountain, and of Plain--

    Which best interprets the purpose of this imagery?


    It creates an image of the snow falling uniformly like a blanket.

    It shows that snow is falling slowly.

    It creates an image of a human face.

    It shows that snow is falling heavily.



Question 12
  1. Read the passage.

    It sifts from Leaden Sieves---

    It powders all the Wood.

    Which best analyzes how the metaphor in the passage creates meaning?


    The metaphor compares the falling snow to baker's flour being sifted; this creates the meaning that the snow is drifting downward and blanketing the earth.

    The metaphor compares the snow to leaden sieves; this creates the idea that surviving a snowstorm requires serious preparation.

    The metaphor compares the snow to powdered wood; this creates the idea that the powdery snow is falling on top of a layer of thick, frozen ice.

    The metaphor compares the snow to facial powder dusting the world; this creates the idea that each snowstorm offers a fresh new world.



Question 13
  1. Which has the most positive connotation?


    chubby

    plump

    fat

    dumpy



Question 14
  1. Read the passage from "A Night Ride in a Prairie Schooner."

    He was a small edition of his father. He wore the same color and check in his hickory shirt and his long pantaloons of blue denim had suspenders precisely like those of the men. Indeed, he considered himself a man, notwithstanding the tear-stains on his brown cheeks.

    Which best interprets the purpose of the underlined imagery?


    It shows the reader that the boy is not very tough.

    It suggests that the boy is unhappy with this move.

    It reveals that the boy's mother is not taking care of him.

    It allows the reader to understand abuse.



Question 15
  1. Which sentence uses homophones correctly?


    After Fred said good-bye, he went by the market to buy spaghetti sauce.

    The fruit cellar at the farmer's market said I could store apples for months in the seller.

    When I am chili after a day of skiing, nothing tastes better than a big bowl of chilly.

    Everyone nose that the human knows never stops growing.


Question 16
  1. Read the passage.

    "Come here, Lincoln," said Mr. Stewart. "Here we are, out of sight of the works of man. Not a house in sight--climb up here and see."

    Which detail shows that Mr. Stewart is excited about sharing the setting with Lincoln?


    "...out of sight of the works of man..."

    "Here we are,"

    "Not a house in sight..."

    "...climb up here and see."



Question 17
  1. Read the passage.

    Many a forenoon have I stolen away, preferring to spend thus the most valued part of the day; for I was rich, if not in money, in sunny hours and summer days, and spent them lavishly; nor do I regret that I did not waste more of them in the workshop or the teacher?s desk.

    Which is the best inference one could draw from this passage?


    Thoreau is lonely.

    Thoreau thinks formal education is useless.

    Thoreau is very independent.

    Thoreau is a hermit.



Question 18
  1. Read the passage.

    ...for I was rich, if not in money, in sunny hours and summer days, and spent them lavishly...

    Which best analyzes how the metaphor in the passage creates meaning?


    The author uses this metaphor to illustrate his love of nature.

    The author uses metaphor to create imagery.

    The author develops the idea of isolation.

    The author illustrates the idea that formal education is overrated.



Question 19
  1. Read the passage.

    "...The spirit vanished from his eyes as if snuffed."

    Which best explains how the use of the underlined term adds to the meaning of the passage?


    It creates the image of a calm death.

    It allows the reader to imagine what death is like.

    It shows how quickly and violently death occurs in nature.

    It illustrates the author's use of alliteration.



Question 20
  1. Read the sentence.

    ?

    I cannot ______ this expensive necklace.

    ?

    Which uses the best word to complete the sentence?


    accent

    accept

    exception

    except


?? Question 21
  1. Read the situation.

    You are writing a descriptive essay about your best friend's cabin.

    Which best describes the purpose and audience for this essay?


    to explain how wonderful this place is; someone who has not been there

    to persuade the audience not to go there; your friends

    to entertain a class of preschoolers; your parents

    To illustrate the beauty of nature; your siblings



Question 22
  1. Read the sentence.

    ?

    The dogs ate ______ dinner happily.

    ?

    Which best completes the sentence?


    there

    their

    they're

    they are



Question 23
  1. Which best explains how the afterlife in "Sayadio in Spirit-land" differs from that in "Valhalla: Hall of the Chosen Slain"?


    In "Sayadio in Spirit-land," the afterlife is torturous while in "Valhalla: Hall of the Chosen Slain," it is full of relaxation.

    In "Sayadio in Spirit-land," the afterlife is like a vacation while in "Valhalla: Hall of the Chosen Slain," it is nothing but hard work.

    In "Sayadio in Spirit-land," the afterlife is full of joy while in "Valhalla: Hall of the Chosen Slain," it is based on playing war games and feasting.

    In "Sayadio in Spirit-land," the afterlife is about punishment while in "Valhalla: Hall of the Chosen Slain," it is based on pleasure.



Question 24
  1. Which best compares the characters of Pan in the myth and "in Just"?


    Both are charming and draw people to them.

    Both demonstrate the cycle of life.

    Both show that nature is wholly dangerous.

    Both reveal the wisdom of the gods.



Question 25
  1. Review the statement of theme.

    ?

    Nature holds great danger.

    ?

    Which best identifies and explains a relevant detail that is used to develop this theme in "Pan: God of the Wild"? ?


    Pitys dies due to her involvement with Pan; this shows that Nature can quickly turn from delightful and pleasurable to dangerous and violent.

    Humans follow Pan and delight in the merriment and cheer he brings; this shows that Nature is fun to enjoy and delight in.

    Pan's own mother rejects him due to his bizarre appearance; this shows that Nature is often unfair and unsympathetic.

    Pan is quickly accepted by all of the gods and goddesses, despite his odd appearance; this shows that the Greek gods appreciated unnatural beings.



Question 26
  1. Which sentence uses the word era correctly?


    She was the best speller in her class that era.

    Before the era was over, the mice had eaten the cheese.

    He is the most famous poet of the modern era.

    In what era did you learn to read?



Question 27
  1. Which sentence uses the word deter correctly?


    As much as she tried, she could not deter the boys from fighting.

    The flooding forced Harold to take a deter.

    Ella decided to deter the garden in the morning.

    How would you like to deter the lawnmower from the repair shop tomorrow?



Question 28
  1. Which sentence uses the word personify correctly?


    You can personify me while waiting for the bus.

    The teacher personified Jenna after she failed the test.

    Authors personify objects to make their writing descriptive.

    Personifying the meeting will help it go more smoothly.



Question 29
  1. Which sentence uses the word refrain correctly?


    The refrain was created by using similar sounds.

    The refrain was created by repeating one word.

    The refrain occurred once in the poem.

    The refrain is several lines repeated several times in the poem.


2 points ?

Question 30
  1. Which sentence uses the word loll correctly?


    The dog raced and lolled around the fence.

    The teenagers lolled under the trees after football practice.

    Dennis will loll about his work whenever given the chance.

    The pitcher stepped off the plate to loll with the catcher.




Question 1

 

It illustrates the idea that autumn is a time of death.

 

Question 2

 

Everyone must face his or her own death eventually.

 

Question 3

 

It helps the reader to understand the theme of loss of...

 


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