Narrative, descriptive, and reflective refer to three a. types of poems. b. major themes. c. styles of diction. d. standard meters
The majority of the water distribution on earth comes from groundwater, ice, rivers and lakes. Please select the best answer from the choices provided T F
Which archetypal character is the “enchantress” in the story “Rapunzel”? A.the Wicked Witch B.the Hero C.the Ingènue D. the Maiden
Which statement is an internal conflict in "Two Kinds"? Suyuan's desire to make her daughter a prodigy vs. her daughter's will Jing-mei's desire to please her mother vs. her wish to be accepted for who she is Waverly Jong's chess championships vs. Jing-mei's performance at the talent show Old Chong's eyesight and poor hearing vs. Jing-mei's excellent sense of rhythm
Which line would be best to include in a summary of "Early Victorian Tea Set”?British citizens should not have been so aggressive when planting tea in India.Do you like to drink tea? Me, too! This chapter is about tea in Great Britain.I disagree with MacGregor’s opinion that the quest for tea caused much violence worldwide.MacGregor shows that the British desire for tea changed many nations around the world.
What is the main idea of tiny tutor? A compare/contrast paragraph can include description. A paragraph developed by reason can use definition. A paragraph can use more than one method ofdevelopment The main idea of the Tiny Tutor is a paragraph can use more than one method of development
Central idea: People in Utopia care about the common good. Which statement provides a critique of the central idea? Extra food and resources are given to poor communities. More wrote Utopia to encourage more equality in society. Slavery shows that not everyone in Utopia is treated equally. Gold and silver chains are worn by enslaved people in Utopia.
Which sentence contains a verb in the passive voice? A.At noon, go outside and chant "hoodie-hoo." B.How do you celebrate Hoodie-Hoo Day? C.Hoodie-Hoo Day is celebrated at noon by chanting "hoodie-hoo." D.People living in the Northern hemisphere celebrate Hoodie-Hoo Day.
Which line best adds to a threatening mood in Act II, scene ii of Romeo and Juliet? A.What’s Montague? It is nor hand, nor foot, B.Call me but love, and I’ll be new baptiz’d; C.Thou know’st the mask of night is on my face, D.If they do see thee they will murder thee.
What must students use when summarizing an informational text? Check all that apply. a casual tone informal language academic language an objective, formal tone a variety of sentence type
For which literary work did Joseph Heller use his military experiences as a primary source? A) "Wakefield" B) Catch-22 C) "The Euphio Question" D) A Man Without a Country
The connotation of narrow in the passage creates a feeling of indifference. monotony. satisfaction. suffocation.
Which sentence uses the active voice? The many awards were handed out by the school nurse and the principal. The principal and the school nurse handed out the many awards. The awards were many that were handed out by the school nurse and the principal. The awards, handed out by the principal and the school nurse, were many.
In "Death, Be Not Proud," what two things does Donne say give pleasure? A. Nature and travel B. Life and death C. God and salvation D. Rest and sleep
The use of apostrophe in the excerpt causes the reader to gain insight into the speaker's feelings for the woman. O imagine exactly what the harps would sound l think that the woman has very poor hearing visualize what the "proudest heads in the world" look like
The images in "The Nymph's Reply to the Shepherd" are typical of a pastoral in that they are a. cynical. c. associated with decay. b. realistic. d. associated with the countryside.
Which best describes the relationship between early modernist writers and painters? Both groups attempted to create vivid and powerful images that conveyed complex meanings. Both groups used traditional forms to express their views on World War I and the Great Depression. Both groups expressed themselves using concrete and realistic images instead of abstraction. Both groups felt that they were in competition with other artists to create the most innovative work.
Analogies test your understanding of a word A. by having you remember the definition of the word. B. by having you understand the word's part of speech. C. by having you know how to pronounce and spell the word. D. by having you think of its meaning and its relationship to other words.
What is the function of the complement shown in parentheses in this sentence ? Did our teasing make (Sidney) upset?
If you _______ to visit your grandmother, you should go now; visiting hours will be ending soon. A. assert B. retort C. contend D. intend
Samuel johnsons dictionary is best described as the first A.study of word origins B.collection of words meanings C.modern English dictionary D.modern literary study
Which of the following is the best definition of a paradox? a. the pairing of opposites b. the choice of words c. the pattern of syllables d. the repetition of sounds
Based on the excerpt, what is the speaker’s perspective on the riot? The speaker thinks that the riot was a mistake. The speaker thinks that the riot was somewhat inevitable. The speaker thinks that the riot should have happened in the fall. The speaker thinks that the riot was entirely preventable.
How does Tan build a central idea of her story in the excerpt? *sorry the picture is kinda hard to see* Download png
Which sentence provides the best hook for a presentation about energy conservation? A. Every American household should strive to reduce energy consumption. B. Would you be willing to flip a switch to preserve energy for future generations? C. Turn off lights, unplug toasters, and power down electronics before leaving. D. Do you know who is often credited with the invention of the light bulb?
When a student studies the way the English language has evolved, the student is studying English’s alliteration. development. origin. repetition.
By making himself the central allusion of the poem, the speaker is able to A. accuse people of stealing ideas from him. B. scold people for spending too much time reading. C. congratulate people for recycling and reusing things. D. encourage people to be more independent in their thinking.