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Which statement about round characters is true? Round characters are dynamic, with multifaceted traits developed in their story lines. Round characters are the minor characters of a plot. Round characters are less important to the plot of a literary work. Round characters are static.

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Identify the verbal and its function in the sentence: I would rather be sleeping! (5 points) It is a gerund functioning as a noun. It is a gerund functioning as a verb. It is an infinitive functioning as a noun. It is an infinitive functioning as a verb. Verbal : sleeping

Dana Keller

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Which theme does the story of Cupid and Psyche convey? You must be humble before you can achieve your greatest goals. If you are patient, faithful, and pure, good things will come to you. Have faith in those you love and don't let others tempt you into betraying the one you love. Beauty is a curse, and those who are vain will be brought down.

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What is the main purpose of Act III of The Tragedy of Macbeth? A. to present the climax of the play B. to show how Macbeth's troubles are growing C. to introduce important characters D. to resolve the central conflicts

Brandon Scott

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Which of the following is the most important consideration when planning your budget? A. Budget for expected events before unexpected expenses. B. Budget for your needs before your wants. C. Budget for unexpected events in before expected expenses. D. Budget for fixed expenses before flexible expenses.

Samantha Barber

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Central idea: Utopians strive to make gold and silver less valuable. Which statement provides a critique of the central idea? A. The Utopians use gold to make chains and earrings for enslaved people. B. To show their disinterest in gold, Utopians drink from earthen cups. C. It is a waste to use gold for everyday purposes, because it is hard to find. D. Thomas More wrote during a time when gold was highly valued.

Tara Andrews

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Which statement best describes how this plot event shapes Claudius? A.Laertes’s arrival renders Claudius remorseful and contrite. B.Laertes’s popular support increases Claudius’s insecurities. C.Laertes’s chaotic entrance makes Claudius become violent. D.Laertes’s demands prompt Claudius to change his politics.

Curtis Rhodes

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How can this thesis statement be improved?

Bethany Evans

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Which comparison of Beowulf and Grendel is most accurate? *Grendel is characterized as sensitive in the poem, but he is characterized as cruel in the novel. *Both the poem and the novel are all about Grendel; he is the main character in both stories. *In the poem, Grendel seems like a heartless monster, but in the novel he is emotionally complex. *The poem and the novel are very similar, and both characterize Grendel in the same way.

Jennifer Patterson

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What does it mean to "follow a natural order" when writing?

Carlton Burgess

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In the Elizabethan great chain of being, which being was at the lowest rung of human society? A. the King B. the Knight C. the nobleman D. the common man

Jeffrey Rodriguez

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What are non examples of speed

Jeremy Wood

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Take a look at these images from Sir Laurence Olivier’s adaptation of Hamlet.They show that Olivier’s Hamlet is very angry and forceful.They show that Olivier’s Hamlet is very thoughtful and analytical.They show that Olivier’s Hamlet is very sorrowful and pained.They show that Olivier’s Hamlet is very funny and comedic. What effect do these images have on Olivier’s adaptation of Hamlet? Download png

Kaitlin Dean

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Which is a trait of readers’ theater? The audience members read aloud from books they have brought. The audience becomes actively involved in the play in some way. The actors read or recite lines before an audience with no setting. The actors speak spontaneously without rehearsing beforehand.

Jennifer Patterson

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What clue in the poem “Exile” by Julia Alvarez reveals where the speaker lives? A. Family beach house B. Cuidad Trujillo C. Curfew-darkened D. Deserted airport

James Washington

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Which of the following are examples of indirect characterization of a main character? Select all that apply. A:what the main character says B:the thoughts of the main character C:a description of how the main character looks D:how another character reacts to the main character

Donald Ward

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Which of the following sentences from “and of clay are we created” best describes the relationship between Rolf Carl’s and his camera

Megan Page

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When reading a memoir, how can a person recognize themes the author explores? A.) by asking a teacher or classmate for assistance B.) by noting the publisher information inside the front cover C.) by looking for facts and opinions that repeatedly show up D.) by creating a list of unfamiliar words from the memoir

Annie Barnes

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Satire is best defined as. "a contradiction between what is said and what is really meant" "a description of something as being smaller or less than it really is" "the use of humor to emphasize the negative qualities of society" "the use of ridicule to emphasize a conflict between two ideas"

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A reference in a text to another well-known text, person, event, or thing is called a(n) A. perspective B. attitude C. allusion D. narration

Melissa Norris

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Events that make a conflict more difficult are called what. Download png

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What do you need to do to avoid a floating quotation? A. rephrase each direct quotation in your own words B. give parenthetical citations for each direct quotation C. make sure each quotation is placed within a paragraph D. introduce and provide context for each quotation

James Washington

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15. Great literature is educational because it A. won't challenge your beliefs. B. allows you to simply observe and analyze. C. teaches rather than entertains. D. helps you draw on ideas you already have.

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Which monarch was the target of the Gunpowder Plot? A.) Elizabeth I B.) James I C.) Charles I D.) Charles II

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Ishmael Beah’s hometown of __________ was not attacked by rebels until January 1993.

Mindee Nelson

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Explain how the myth of perseus illustrates the influence of culture and history on a work's theme.

Justin Parker

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A book review is a form of _____. synopsis. critical essay. story.

Alexa Spicer

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An epiphany is often defined as a

Caroline Campbell

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In which sentence is the underlined phrase an adverb prepositional phrase? Amelia Earhart was the first woman to cross the Atlantic by plane. Amelia Earhart was born in Kansas in 1897. Amelia Earhart was one of two sisters. A lighthouse on Howland Island commemorates the disappearance of Amelia Earhart.

Donald Ward

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QUICKLY PLZ! Which best describes the central conflict in “Ambush”? A. The narrator is bothered by the fact that he lied to his daughter. B. The narrator is haunted by the experience of killing another man. C. The narrator is tormented by the grave dangers he once faced. D. The narrator is frustrated by the empty assurances of Kiowa.

Kevin Sutter

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What does the speaker see in the Macy’s window display in the poem Exile

Jodi Brooks

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Which technique does Dickinson use in the phrase “Much Madness”? a)alliteration b)imagery c)rhyme d)enjambment

Alexa Spicer

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The main reason a person becomes a supervisor is A. work-related knowledge. B. personality. C. confidence. D. motivation.

Eric Morgan

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In human relations, the irritation threshold is the A. frequency of the annoying behavior. B. point at which a person notices something and becomes annoyed. C. length of time an annoying behavior continues. D. action that causes an annoyance.

Eric Morgan

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5. Gerund phrases always end in –ing and are used as A. nouns. B. pronouns. C. adjectives. D. adverbs.

Amanda Johnson

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Bile is considered to taste __________. a. sweet b. sour c. salty d. bitter

Jeremy Wood

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Gwendolyn Brooks’ work was directly influenced by __________.

Jeremy Wood

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The Greek view of criticism is different from the common everyday sense in which the word is used. True False

Annie Barnes

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The first step in using time more efficiently is A. limiting recreational activities. B. developing a plan. C. getting to bed earlier. D. studying how successful people use time

Caroline Campbell

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Which component is necessary to create an effective and debatable thesis statement? A. Anecdotes that capture the reader’s interest and persuade them to accept the argument B. A specific claim about a particular subject that must be proved with evidence C. A description of a particular subject that will help readers understand the topic. D. Quotes from experts that can be used as evidence to support the argument.

Karen Wright

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When a quoted statement is divided A) the writer has made an error. B) the reader is likely to be confused. C) the second part is not capitalized. D) the story is going to feel longer.

Donald Ward

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The Victorian Era is known as an age of __________. technological advances prosperity social reform feminist ideals

James Washington

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Based on the prefix, the word “extricate” most likely means “to rule a situation.” “without interest in a situation.” “to get out of a situation.” “filled with interest in a situation.”

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What is the poetic term for rhythm?

Ralph Lopez

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During the Great Indian Debate, what topics did the characters debate? education/cruelty/warfare/hospitality education/politeness/councils/hospitality labor/suffering/divine guidance/salvation labor/enlightenment/free will/salvation

Melissa Norris

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Who developed a critique of women's role as a "domestic goddess" in The Feminine Mystique? a. Alan Reisman b. J.D. Salinger c. Gloria Steinem d.Betty Friedan

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Reargument was largely devoted to the circumstances surrounding the adoption of the Fourteenth Amendment in 1868. The Supreme Court studies the Fourteenth Amendment to determine the primary authors of the document. whether its intent has been compromised. how it has been interpreted in each state. whether it needs to be repealed.

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