Which of the following is not true concerning the elements of a quality life? a. It might include financial and physical security. b. They are considered stable over a lifetime. c. It is highly individualized. d. It depends upon personal environment and relationships
2. Choose the correct tense of the underlined verb in the sentence below. (1 po I had attended many plays before, but this was the best I'd seen.Download png
Put the events of the English Reformation in the order in which they occurred. Tiles A) Edward VI reformed the Anglican Church . B) During the reign of Elizabeth I, the Church of England sought a compromise between Catholicism and the more radical Protestant sects. C) Martin Luther nailed “The Ninety-Five Theses” to a church door in Wittenberg, Germany. D) Mary I reconciled with the pope and restored Catholicism in England. E) Henry VIII split from the Catholic Church.
According to Crusoe, what characteristic do the mutineers have that makes them unsuitable masters? A) Paganism B) Cruelty C) Industriousness D) Ignorance
Ple Choice 1. What is the first step in reading dramatic dialogue? organize predict explain 2. Despite his other successes, Wilde never became the successful ________ he had hoped to be. critic novelist poet 3. Which of the following strategies are helpful when reading drama? Make predictions as you read. Connect your personal experiences to the lives of the characters. Visualize stage directions. all of the above
What comitatus relationships are shown in beowulf? select all that apply. hrothgar and his men beowulf and his men geats and danes beowulf and grendel
A sound argument is both __________ and __________. valid . . . false logical . . . invalid logical . . . valid valid . . . true
Which statement best describes the relationship between Stanton’s diction and her purpose? Stanton uses words with positive connotations to encourage women to discover their voices. Stanton uses words with negative connotations to emphasize the persecution of women. Stanton uses words with positive connotations to highlight women’s road toward social progress. Stanton uses words with negative connotations to criticize women for their apathy.
Which sentence has a verb in the active voice? A. Davis has been given an expensive new cell phone. B. More advances in telephone technology will be made by scientists. C. Many people contributed to the invention of the telephone. D. Sara was told by her mother to use the telephone less often.
What is Macbeth's character flaw? a. He is a coward. b. He is jealous. c. He is ambitious. d. He is not a leader.
Who or what is Benamuckee? A. The name of Crusoe's dog B. Friday's father C. The ship that sank near the island D. The god of the cannibals
Which sentence has proper parallel structure? A. The proposal affects three groups: students, parents, and teachers. B. We posted the notice whereever people meet, on the Internet, and in the office. C. We know who supports us, our opponents, and who has not yet decided.
What does the historical context can tell us important information about the following: The rising action The fate of the character The story's conclusion The author's point of view
Which lines express desperation in this excerpt from Sir Philip Sidney's Sonnet 1? But words came halting forth, wanting Invention's stay, Invention, Nature's child, fled step-dame Study's blows, And others' feet still seem’d but strangers in my way. Thus, great with child to speak, and helpless in my throes, Biting my truant pen, beating myself for spite-- "Fool," said my Muse to me, "look in thy heart and write."
What is metafiction? (1 point) A)The act of telling story that becomes part of story B)literature that is part true and part false C)when an author begins a story in the middle of the storyline D) literature that appears as fiction but is actually nonfiction
What are four ways to incorporate evidence into a research paper? A. quotations, summaries, parenthetical citations, and data B. quoting, summarizing, paraphrasing, and providing data C. in-text citations, parenthetical citations, works cited pages, and bibliographical pages D. in-text citations, parenthetical citations, reference marks, and bibliographical pages
Which type of verb typically includes the word "to"? a. Past participle b. Present participle c. Past tense d. Infinitive
Which lines from “The Bells” by Edgar Allan Poe contain onomatopoeia? Check all that apply. #1:What a world of merriment their melody foretells! #2:How they tinkle, tinkle, tinkle, #3:Keeping time, time, time, #4:From the jingling and the tinkling of the bells. #5:To the rhyming and the chiming of the bells!
Read the excerpt from Sir Gawain and the Green Knight. The knight on his horse turned in his saddle, And wildly he flashed his red eyes around, Arched his bristling bright-green eyebrows, And waved his beard, waiting to see who would stand up. When no one would answer him, he gave a loud cough And stretched as a lord might, and made ready to speak. What statement best describes the knight’s actions?
Which best explains how the title of A Rumor of War can be considered a paradox? A. Those who experienced the war are the only ones who know the truth. B. Stories that are told during times of war should never fully be believed. C. Wars are far too real and large scale to ever be considered merely rumors. D. Rumors about the war were everywhere before the war officially began.
Which of the following sentences contains a demonstrative adjective? A. Whose is this? B. Which one is this? C. This is his. D. This hat is his.
What does the stage direction aside indicate in a play? a one character leaves the stage b more than one character leaves the stage at the same time c a character briefly speaks to himself while addressing the audience d one character enters the stage
Each person, regardless of age or backgrounds, have the right to krump. How should the sentence above be rewritten to correct the subject-verb agreement error? The sentence is correct as written Each person, regardless of age or background, do have the right to krump. Each person, regardless of age or backgrounds, have the right to krump. Each person, regardless of age or background, has the right to krump.
Which of these themes recurs in Jane Austen’s novels? A) revenge B) industrialization C) class distinctions D) death
Which is the best summary of this excerpt?the author explains how tea was popular among the upper class. he quotes samuel johnson to illustrate its popularity.the author explains how addictive tea can become. he quotes samuel johnson to warn against tea addiction.tea is bitter but can be improved with milk and sugar.tea should be locked in caddies for a longer shelf life?
Which of the following is a theme that frequently appears in Anton P. Chekhov s work? life s meaninglessness the power of love destructive humor emotional depth of the upper class