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JMJ English II Second Trimester Examination March 18, 2008 ,0:30 AM-12:00 PM Mr. Thomas Dillon, Mr. Frank Marenghi, Mr. Peter Piro, Mr. Patrick Slevin

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Name This test consists of 150 multiple-choice questions and a written section. Each multiple-choice question is worth V* point. The written essay section is worth 25 (twenty-five) points. Use a #2 pencil for all scantron sections. Written answers should be placed on the official examination paper. Be sure to erase clearly and make your marks dark enough. Budget your time wisely. Good Luck! Part I - Vocabulary A. u 1.

Definitions:

throw light upon: make clear; explain a. equilateral b. elucidate c. emancipate d. aver \. sudden or extraordinary misfortune; calamity a. disaster b. protagonist c. fantasy d. thesis () 3. rules of etiquette of the diplomatic corps, military services, etc. \. antithesis b. protocol c. antitoxin d. homonym A 4. direct opposite; contrary a. epithet b. synthesis c. hypothesis d. antithesis > 5. epicure: gourmet a. pseudonym b. agronomy c. nemesis d. gastronome 3 6. differing in kind; dissimilar; not uniform; varied a. orthodox b. heterogeneous c. nemesis d. homogeneous ) 7. take in and incorporate as one's own; absorb a. resolve b. assimilate c. dissolve d. simulate ^8. distaste; repugnance; dislike a. antipathy b. autograph c. anagram d. acronym ^ 9. remedy for all ills; cure-all; universal remedy a. panacea b. autonomy c. .plutocracy d. agronomy v 10. flow like a wave; change often and irregularly , a. flux b. abound c. conscript d. redound || 11. generally accepted; conventional; approved a. anachronism b. heterogeneous c. maniacal d. orthodox \12. friendly; neighborly; not quarrelsome a. amicable b. finale c. animus d. unanimous J13. showing greatness or nobility of mind; above what is low or petty a. magnanimous b. lucid c. amiable d. lucrative -14. to flood; to overwhelm; to overflow a. redound b. abound c. inundate d. veracity U5. to give birth to; to create; to produce; to cause a. gregarious b. genre c. cohere d. engender 516. art of teaching a. orthopedics b. pedagogy c. orthography d. pediatrics

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emotional balance; composure; calmness a. panoply b. enamored c. congregation d. equanimity gathered into one mass; collective a. inherent b. luminous c. aggregate d. influx government or country governed by the rich a. plutocracy b. democracy c. technocracy d. bureaucracy deeply infixed; intrinsic; essential a. inherent b. literal c. adherent d. equilateral

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a. organize b. nursiry c. obeying d. nourish a. niece b. Negroes c. nervous d. noteable a. mosquitos b. monkeys c. mortgage d. mischief a. management b. libraryies c. liquor d. leisure

Part II - Literature Literary Periods: Match the following work with their appropriate literary periods. The choices in the key can be used any number of times or not all.

Word Parts: Each choice is used only once, a. romantic

b. local color

c. realism

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^erfight , liking

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measure ,ae. stick •edrend ^aefhand -bergovernment

Sentence Completions: Each choice is used only once.

^-erTanimosity —-ter'congregation ^ra'utobiography ^r-alliteration

,at>Tconfine &C~. lucid ^adTunorthodox ^aeTUnanimous

« 51. "The Notorious Jumping Frog of Calaveras County" £-52. "Thanatopsis" *) 53. "The Raven" ^54. "The Devil and Tom Walker" ^55. Moby Dick Literary Periods: Match the following with description their appropriate literary periods. The choices in the key can be used any number of times or not all. a. romantic

b. transcendentalism

c. local color

d. realism

56. gives a careful description of customs, topography, and dress 57. relies heavily on the imagination 58. we must go beyond our senses to truly understand the universe 59. describes the world the way it is Literature Multiple Choice:

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After deliberating for two days, the verdict reached by all of the jurors was eventually . C61. Since they were best friends, John didn't know why Jesse was treating him with . The officer had better that prisoner to his cell! a 62. The Scarlet Letter is what type of book or ? The preacher addressed his . Will that decoration _____ to the wall? C-63. Ben Franklin wrote his own story or his . Because of his teachings and beliefs, the teacher was asked to leave the conference. (? 64. "Weary, way worn wanderer:" is an example of .

D. Spelling: Choose the misspelled word. <041. j^42. p?43. , 44. ¥ 45. &46.

a. relieve a. refered a. quaint a. player a. phase a. oyster

b. riegn c. rifle d. rivaled b. quietly c. quote d. qualifed b. procede c. psychiatry d. potatoes b. pierce c. pidgeon d. picnicked b. pennance c. perceive d. peaceable b. ornament c. oxygen d. originaly

"The Devil and Tom Walker" takes place near . a. Hartford b. Albany c. Boston d. Providence A frequent characteristic of Irving's literature is his use of a. alliteration b. existentialism c. legend d. basic scientific principles In 'The Devil and Tom Walker," the devil's clothes look something like

a. a minister's b. a pirate's c. a soldier's d. an Indian's What ultimately happens to Tom Walker's wealth? a. it is given to the poor b. it is buried with him c. it turns into chips & shavings d. his clerk steals it The symbol for the souls the devil owns in 'The Devil and Tom Walker" consists of . a. his owning their pictures b. their names carved on trees c. their loved ones in chains d. a written record of their promises \) 65. Tom Walker refuses to become _. a. a politician b. a slave trader c. a minister d. a usurer The persona of "Thanatopsis" feels that nature . a. challenges us b. soothes us c. teases us d. ignores us


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In "Thanatopsis," the persona feels that man should approach death as if he is . a. riding in a carriage b. lost in a forest c. going to sleep d. entering a prison cell "Thanatopsis" is an example of . a. free verse b. syllabic verse c. blank verse d. a sonnet According to the persona in "Thanatopsis," all of the wonders of the world . a. are illusions b. decorate the great tomb of man c. are unimportant d. exist to remind the world of God's power In "Thanatopsis," the persona feels that Man should approach death as if he is . a. riding in a carriage b. lost in a forest c. going to sleep d. entering a prison cell The message in "Thanatopsis" relies on the themes of . a. gothic b. local color c. transcendentalism d. zoroastricism "The Raven" is an example of which type of literature? a. gothic b. local color c. romanticism— d. colonial The first and third line of every stanza of "The Raven" use . a. slant rhyme b. internal rhyme c. simile d. apostrophe "The Raven" ends with . b. the bird leaving the room a. an angel's arrival d. the raven still sitting on the bust c. Lenore's return The raven's attitude upon entering the persona's house is . a. suspicious b. frightened c. proud d. playful Who is Lenore to the persona? a. a dream b. a mythical goddess c. the persona's wife d. we are not specifically toid The persona of "The Raven" encounters the bird . a. in a chapel b. near Christmas time c. in a forest d. on Halloween Which request of the persona's does the raven refuse to obey? a. kill him b. sit with him c. leave d. tell who the bird's owner is In Moby Dick, which character is tied to the side of the Moby Dick? a. Qeeequeg b. the Parsee c. Starbuck d. Ishmael In "The Chase" from Moby Dick, Ahab dies because . a. he killed "the parsee" b. he gets tangled in a rope c. he falls on a harpoon d. he, again, is struck by lightning What makes Ahab's attack on Moby Dick more difficult? a. sea snakes b. blinding sunlight c. dolphins d. screeching birds A phenomenon of nature which interferes with Ahab's hunt for Moby Dick is . a. lightning b. ice c. wind d. jellyfish is the man in the bar who tells far-fetched stories in "Jumping Frog." b. Daniel Webster a. Simon Wheeler d. Jim Smiley c. Leonidas Smiley Jim Smiley would a. read anything b. teach anyone d. kill anyone who "crossed" him c. bet on anything

. 85. The jumping frog was named_ .99. Huck Finn returns at the beginning of the novel to a. learn how to read b. see Miss Watson for money a. Lord Henry b. Smiley the Second c. Andrew Jackson d. Daniel Webster c. see Jim and his family d. join Tom Sawyer's gang 86. The narrator of "The Notorious Jumping Frog of Calaveras County" 100. Miss Watson eventually . is . a. sells Jim at auction b. buys Jim a small house a. Andrew Jackson b. Daniel Webster d. sets Jim free in her will c. realizes Jim is worth $600 c. Leonidas Smiley d. anonymous C 87. The narrator of "Jumping Frog" is For question #'s 101-108, put the following events in chronological order. b. wealthy a. depressed c. impatient d. interested in Simon's stories finds Jim on Jackson's Island. \} 88. Jim Smiley's best fighting dog Andrew Jackson is defeated by a . a. a three-toed cat b. a dog with no hind legs c. Cairo is missed in the fog, complicating their quest for freedom. c. blind snake d. blue rat with no tail d. Hucks saves Joanna and her sisters from financial ruin. \>89. The writer who narrates "The Notorious Jumping Frog of Calaveras e. Huck joins the Tom Sawyer gang. County" was told by his editor to ask for information about . ab. Huck meets Judith Loftus, and she realizes "she" is a "he." a. Daniel Webster b. Rev. Leonidas Smiley 'ac. The Grangerford-Shepherdson feud disturbs Huck. c. Simon Wheeler d. Jim Smiley )ad. Huck lights out from the Phelps' plantation because he doen't "The Notorious Jumping Frog of Calaveras County" is set in . want to be "civilized". a. a cattle ranch b. a chateau c. a hospital d. a mining camp (§) ae. Pap tries to kill Huck, and Pap calls him the "angel of death." The reporter who interviews Simon Wheeler decides that he was sent d\. there . a. to solve a mystery b. to see if the "yeller dog" was real d. as a joke c. to find his father 103.<\. *d This story is an example of . a. classical oration b. naturalism c. a frame story d. classicism The author of "The Notorious Jumping Frog of Calaveras County" \. was . 107.^ a. Mark Twain b. Nathaniel Hawthorne 108. A c. William Cullen Bryant d. Edgar Allan Poe (A 94. In "The Outcasts of Poker Flat," which is the Duchess's profession? <\109. "I Heard a fly buzz when I died" is told from the point of view of a. gambler b. waitress c. bank teller d. prostitute Cgs. In "The Outcasts of Poker Flat," which is true of John Oakhurst? a. the deceased b. the doctor c. a visitor d. God a. He carries a Bible with him. The visitor who cuts off the light is . Clio. b. He survives through the story's end. a. a spider b. a raven c. a fly d. a termite c. He does not drink alcohol. . £-111. The poem is d. He is married. a. free verse t>. blank verse c. metrical lyrical d. a sonnet 96. How does Mother Shipton redeem herself at the end of the story? In "Because I could not stop for death," how long is it between the a. She tries to hike through the blizzard to find help. events in the poem and the telling of the poem? b. She leaves food for the others to eat. a. the same day b. one day c. one year d. hundreds of years c. She leaves a large sum of money for Tom and Piney. How does Death stop for the speaker? d. She writes a note to the daughter she abandoned. a. with animosity b. nonchalantly c. kindly d. comically C97. In "The Outcasts of Poker Flat," the characters in the story are run out Cl14. The poem is . of town due to . a. free verse b. blank verse c. metrical lyrical d. a sonnet a. the new racial and religious prejudice £115. "Song of Myself is written in b. a lack of food for everyone in town a. first person b. second person c. a recent series of crimes in town c. third person d. syllabic verse d. an avalanche (J116. The narrator celebrates when he is at the Wilks's G98. In Huck Finn, Huck takes the alias of a. his heritage b. his body c. nature d. all of the above house. #117. The poem is . a. George Jaxon b. Alex Blodgett a. free verse b. blank verse c. metrical lyrical d. a sonnet c. Adolphus d. Sarah Williams "A Noiseless patient spider" compares a spider to _ « a. a house b. a friend c. a child d. the soul

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1-19. "And you, O my soul" features £ a. internal rhyme b. consonance c. apostrophe d. onomatopoeia £l2G'. Tile poem is _ . a. free verse b. blank verse c. metrical lyrical

d. a sonnet

Part III - Grammar A. Capitalization . I prefer McDonald's to Burger King's. a. Hamburgers b. hamburgers . My was an Eagle Scout when he was younger. a. Father b. father Il23 I want to be a at some point in my career. a.Judge b. judge 0124 . I will study next semester. a. English, biology, and American History I b. English, Biology, and American History I c. English, Biology, and American history I d. english, Biology, and American History I ^125. We subscribe to . a. the Daily News b. the Daily news -6; the- Doily ffewff" €hrthe Party new&Is Cross Country considered a sport? a. Fall b. fall When the sets, we will go home. a. Sun b. sun Did you read from the today? a. Bible b. bibie At the trial, Thatcher scolded Huck and Tom. a. Judge b. judge °130. My sister works for the , the National Football League. a. Nfl b. NFL 0131. When I left class, I forgot my novel. a. english b. English > 132. My dad works for the a. National Hockey League b. National hockey league c. national hockey league B. End Marks and Commas ^133. In the final inning of the a thunder storm started. a. game, b. game 134. I bought a new iPod couldn't wait to get home to try it. a. and b. .and c. and, "135. I practiced my tennis serves with John Jones? of my team members. a. one b. one, c. ,one 136. I usually like cold weather it's freezing outside. a. but b. but, c. ,but

<* 137 I enjoyed reading the short _ "The Devil and Tom Walker." a. story b. story, ^ 138 . I want to know where I parked my a. car? b. car. » 139. On warm Saturday I like to run early in the morning. a. mornings b. mornings, c. .mornings Did you ask if I knew what was for a. lunch? b. lunch. I have an old, worn-out, baseball glove that I have used for many years. a. scuffed b. scuffed, c. .scuffed <\142. In our tables seat four students each. a. cafeteria b. cafeteria, c. .cafeteria bl43. I can't believe I really won the grand prize in a. Lotto. b. Lotto! c. Lotto? I liked reading Shoeless the novel by W. P. Kinsella. a. Joe b. Joe, l45. We had hamburgers, hot dogs, pork and and salad at our barbecue, a. beans b. beans, c.,beans C.

Part IV - Composition (25 points) Directions: Write a well-constructed essay of approximately 500 words long and consisting of four to five paragraphs on ONE of the questions below. Use specific references to the texts to support your views. Although an outline is not necessary, you will improve your writing if you organize your thoughts before writing them in your answer booklet. Identify all titles ancL authors, No outside reading novels are allowed. Choice One Choose one character from each of two different pieces of literature we have covered in class this trimester. Describe how he or she either successfully faces up to his or her life's challenges or fails. Be sure to describe the standards by which you define success. Explain what evidence^rom the stories make you think the characters you have chosen act the way they do. Use specific examples from the pieces of literature you have chosen to support your position (hint: narrators, personas, and characters from poems can also be used).

Other Punctuation

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Choice Two

^146. I want to go out

she wants to stay home. a., however; b.; however, ^147. My favorite colors are as red, yellow, and green. a. follows; b. follows: 0( 148. I dislike sports. a. , however, b. ; however, V 149. I have lived in Brooklyn, New York; Las Vegas, Nevada and Boston , Massachusetts, a., b.; C 150. My boss called to tell me I hardworking, dependable, and personable. a. was: b. was, c. was

The feeling or mood of a work is very important. Choose two works we have covered in class this trimester that have very different moods. Tell what tones these are for each, and by giving examples from both works how the author creates those moods.

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JMJ English II Second Trimester Examination March 29, 2010 8:35 AM-10:05 AM Mr. Thomas Dillon, Mr. Matthew Kaplan, Mr. Frank Marenghi, Mr. Peter Piro, MrJ^atrictpSlevin ,

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truthfulness a. revise b. redound c. veracity d. improvise 18. complete covering or equipment; magnificent array a. plutocracy b. panoply c. demagogue d. anachronism 19. be well supplied; teem a. soluble b. abound c. desolate d. absolute 20. compose, recite, or sing on the spur of the moment; invent offhand a. improvise b. revise c. veracity d. redound

Literary Periods: Match the following with their appropriate literary periods. The choices can be used any number of times or not at all.

B. Word Parts: Each choice is used only once.

51. 52. 53. 54.

Name This test consists of 150 multiple-choice questions and a written section. Each multiple-choice question is worth 1A point. The written essay section is worth 25 (twenty-five) points. Use a #2 pencil for all scantron sections. Written answers should be placed on the official examination paper. Be sure to erase clearly and make your marks dark enough. Budget your time wisely. Good Luck! Part I - Vocabulary A. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16.

Definitions: keep within limits; restrict a. amateur b. finale c. confine d. flux friendly; neighborly a. influx b. animus c. enamored d. amicable change often and irregularly; be unsteady a. magnanimous b. finis c. fluctuate d. animosity setting apart; isolation; separation a. regenerate b. luminous c. segregation d. coherence union; unity; bond a. literal b. unilateral c. degenerate d. cohesion put out of office a. append b. depose c. prescribe d. manacle handle or manage skillfully; maneuver a. manipulate b. scribe c. mandate d. suspend flow back as a result; contribute a. improvise b. revise c. veracity d. redound written or told in a clear, lifelike manner; vivid a. asteroid b. graphic c. diathermy d. disaster error in chronology or time order a. anachronism b. panorama c. pantomime d. pandemonium government by the rich a. autonomy b. plutocracy c. demagogue d. automaton "map writer" a. cartographer b. asteroid c. graphic d. diathermy characterizing word or phrase; descriptive expression a. prototype b. antithesis c. epithet d. protagonist well-balanced arrangement of parts; harmony; balance a. genealogy b. genesis c. orthopedic d. symmetry formidable and usually victorious opponent a. agronomy b. phenomenon c. antidote d. nemesis managed or managing without waste a. epidermis b. hypodermic c. pseudonym d. economical

21. lateral 22. phan, phen 23. gram, graph 24. aster, astr, astro 25. nom, nem 26. mania j 27. vid, vis (A. i 28. ver, vera, veri a, 29. solv, solu, solute '•*.'„ 30. man, manu &..<;

bTslcte -crtettefrwrittrig jff madness, insane impulse, craze ^distribution, law -atx truth ae: loosen " srtfrsee, look, sight •as: hand -be. shuw, appear

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ab^spQQdometer at. enamored /adrftuent ^ae-.'aristocracy -dcT luminary

he had a lot of friends. 31. Since he was 32. He was ' of her, so he sent her flowers every day. 33. He easily got the job at the U.N. because he was in so many languages. 34.1 love mysteries. Do you have any books in that ? 35. After the car accident, his health started to . 36. The was given a special escort to the podium for his presentation. 37. The judge said the decision was still . 38. The revolutionaries tried to overthrow the _. 39. There is no for world hunger. 4'0. He looked at the to see if he was driving too quickly. D. 41. 42. 43. 44. 45. 46. 47. 48. 49. 50. 9'A

Spelling: Choose the misspelled word. a. releive b. rivaled c. reign d. referred a. reconnaisance b. quaint c. playwright d. physician a. psychiatry >. pierce c>-outrageous d. percieve a. obeying b. nevertheless c. pianos d. orniment a. originaly b< Negroes jz. 'nervous d. niece :•< a. leisure b: mortgage c. piknicked d. movement a. qualifyea b. precede c. miracle d. management a. pidgeon b; quaint c. peaceable cfTnotable a. mischeif b. nursery c. phenomenon d. quietly a. potatoes b. ocasionally c. nervous d. mosquitoes

Part II - Literature

a. Romantic

b. Local Color

c. Naturalism

Highly symbolic and exaggerated ' Universal truths are grasped by intuition and a "oneness" with nature. Humans are the product of their environment and heredity. Tried to re-create the dialects and local setting of the time. An example is 'The Notorious Jumping Frog of Calaveras County." 55. Huckleberry Finn is characteristic of this literary period. 56. "To Build a Fire" is an example of this period. 57. "The Outcasts of Poker Flat" is an example of this literary period. Literature Multiple Choice: 58. Tom Walker initially refuses a deal with the Devil . a. because he doesn't want to give up his soul *b. to spite his wife c. because he doesn't need money d^tcrfceep-thei treasure for himself. 59. The Devil carries a(n) when Tom Walker first meets him. a. Bible b. apron c. axe d. Indian skull and serves instead as a . 60. Tom refuses to work as a. b. slave trader/money lender a. money lender/slave trader d. money lender/butcher c. slave trader/preacher . 61. The persona in "Thanatopsis" wants the reader to a. seek God b. repay debts fo society e. seek:etemal satisfaction d. listen to nature's voices 62. "Thanatopsis" states that the hills, vales, and rivers decorate Earth, "the great of man!" a. tomb b. home c. garden d. lover 63. Identify the literary device seen in the following excerpt: "To Him who in the love of Nature holds Communion with her visible forms, she speaks A various language..." a. metonymy b. metaphor c. hyperbole d. personification in his 64. When the persona in "The Raven" first hears the tap, he is study. a. sleeping btfj&e&mg c. painting d. walking around . 65. The raven enters the study and sits a. on the desk b. in the chair c. above the door d. beneath the mirror for 66. The raven finally comes to represent a state of permanent the persona. a. greed, selfishness b. romance, affection c. sadness, despair d. confusion, doubt warns Ahab of the peril of his quest, to kill Moby Dick. 67. a. Ishmael b. Starbuck c. Stubb d. Queequeg 68. ___ narrates Moby Dick. a. Ishmael b. Starbuck c. Stubb d. Queequeg


69. What does Starbuck see that causes rumtp attack Moby Dick? a. the whale ramming the Pequod Jj._a red sunset c. Ahab's dead body d. a red shark 70. In "Because I could not stop for Death," the memory of childhood is represented by . a. a grain field b. the setting sun c. a schoolyard d. a church 71 Death stops for the persona. a. kindly b. mockingly c. abruptly d. surprisingly 72. "Song of Myself emphasizes . j a. progress b. the individual c. success d. America i 73. "Song of Myself is part of . a. Songs of the Sea b. The Bard of Democracy c. Leaves of Grass d. Pleasant Breezes 74. In "I heard a Fly buzz - when I died," the persona is surrounded by . a. flies b. mourners c. complete emptiness d. kings 75. The persona in "Fly buzz" addresses the reader . a. while dying b. about salvation c. from the hospital d. with great sorrow 76. The persona in "A Noiseless, Patient Spider" watches the spider spin a web and compares it to . a. Jesus b. sinning c. avoiding temptation d. his own soul. 77. In the poem, the spider stood on the promontory. a. confused b. isolated c. among a crowd d. at sunrise 78. In "The Outcasts of Poker Flat," Uncle Billy was a by profession. a. gold thief b. bank robber c. burglar d_d36tfss4taef 79. Tom and Piney were leaving the town of to get married. a. Poker Flat b. Sandy Bar c. Reno d. Sacramento 80. Tom and Piney had to leave town to get married because . a. they couldn't find a church b. there was a hurricane c. her father thought she was too young d. it was cheaper in Sandy Bar 81. ended up committing suicide at the end of the story. a. Uncle Billy b. The Duchess c. John Oakhurst d. Piney Woods 82. In "The Notorious Jumping Frog of Calaveras County," is the inside narrator of the story. a. Leonidas Smiley b. Jim Smiley c. Simon Wheeler d. Andrew Jackson 83. The man who enters the bar is initially f a. Jim Smiley b. Leonidas Smiley C c. Simon Wheeler d. Dan'l Webster ! 84. _-would gamble on just about anything. a. Andrew Jackson b. Leonidas Smiley c. Jim Smiley d. Jim Turner 85. When the narrator first enters the bar, he finds Simon Wheeler . a. reading b. gambling c. smoking a cigar d. sleeping 86. At the beginning of The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, Tom Sawyer convinces Huck to return home or Huck won't be allowed . a. to sail on the river b. to keep his money c. join Tom's gang •d. to go camping

87. Early in the book when Pap surprises Huck in Huck's room, Pap is upset that _ . a/the Huck can read b. Huck doesn't know him c/ it is raining d. Huck doesn't have whiskey 88. Where are Huck and Jim headed after they leave Jackson's Island? a. Macon b. Cairo c. Columbus d. Mobile 89. Where does Pap take Huck after kidnapping him? a. Indiana b. Jackson's Island c. Illinois d. Kentucky 90. During Pap's ravings after kidnapping Huck, Pap is upset about the "mulatter" college professor because this professor _ . -arfs-tafr b. is wearing a similar hat c. can vote when he returns home 91 . What does Huck think will happen to him if he helps Jim escape from slavery? a. Huck will never see his friend again. b. The abolitionists will give Huck a reward. c. Jim will help Huck escape to the West (7J: Huck will go to hell. 92. Each of the following characters is shot, except for _ _. ,a. Tom Sawyer b{ Pap c/ Boggs d. Jake Packard 93. Who sells Jim back into sfavery? a. Huck K the King c. the Duke d. Buck Grangerford 94. Who wants to adopt Huck? a. Aunt Sally b. Aunt Polly p?0udith Loftus £ Miss Watson 95. Jim gives up his chance for freedom in order to _ . a. get a reward b. find Huck, who is lost c. help care for Tom Sawyer d. stop Pap from hurting for Huck 96. What does Huck use to escape from the cabin Pap where has hidden him? a. a shovel b. a screwdriver c. a knife d. a saw blade 97. Who escapes from the Grangerford/Sheperdson feud? a. Buck b. Sophia '•£. Col. Grangerford d. Emmeline 98. What do the people us~e to hunt for Huck's dead" body in the river? a. a net b. bloodhounds c. loaves of bread d. divining rods 99. Why is Boggs killed? a. by acctetent b. he insults someone c. he is a thief d. snakebite 100. Why do the King and the Duke pretend to be royalty? a. to impress their stage audience b. to steal from the Widow c. to get the best beds on the raft d. to fool the sheriff 101. Where does Huck hide the Wilkes fortune? a. in a clock b. in a tree stump c. in a coffin d. on the raft 102. Which is one of Huck's mistakes that tells Mrs. Loftus that he's a boy? a. he keeps reaching for his pockets b. his .voice is too low c. he can't thread a needle d. his arms are hairy 103. Who kills someone in the story? a. Col. Sherburn b. the Duke c. Sophia Grangerford d. Tom Sawyer 104. How does Jim become free? a. He buys himself. b. Huck buys him and frees him. c. He crossed a state line. d. He is freed in a will. 105. Which family is related to Tom Sawyer? a. Loftus b__Wilkes c. Phelps d. Douglas

106. "To Build a Fire" starts on a. a sunny afternoon b, New Year's Eve c. a dark morning d. midnight 107. The main character is a. a ranger b. an experienced minor c. a doctor d. a newcomer 108. His main struggle is _____ a. to remember his past b. to survive the weather c. to defeat the criminal d. to save his sister 109. "An Episode^ofWar" is set during which war? ^a—Kefean bTVietnam c. Civil d. Revolutionary 110. The main character's greatest fear is _ . a. forgetting his name b. getting captured c. getting lost d. losing his arm 111. Richard Cory is described as a _ . a. salesman b. a gentleman c. doctor d. playboy 112. The poem is a. metrical lyric c. metrical narrative d,4ree~veree 113. Lucinda Matlock lived what kind of life? a. conservative -b= w4W Ct-comptetely negative dr-pretrteTFRree 1 14. Tfie poem is _ a. metrical narrative b. metrical lyric c. sonnet d. free verse 115. "Mending Wall" takes place during the . a. winter b. spring c. summer d. fall 116. The poem is _ . 3i metrical narrative I), blank verse "p^ metrical lyric d. free verse 117. 'The road the narrator takes in "The Road Not Taken" is the one _ a. most take b. less traveled by c. all take d. icy and dangerous 118. The poem is _ . \. metrical narrative b. blank c. metrical lyric d. freXyerse 119. In "Chicago," the city is compared to _ . a. a poet b. a professor c. an industrial worker d. a kind lady 120. The poem is _ . a. metrical narrative b. blank verse c. metrical lyric d. free verse Part III -Grammar A. Capitalization 121. I want to be a some day. a. governor b. Governor 122. I recently signed a contract to represent . a. Nike, Incorporated b. Nike, incorporated 123. They're expecting to have a heat wave in . a. the South b. the south 124. My is arriving today. a. Grandfather b. grandfather


125. I earned an Ajn _ last trimester. a. Geometry b. geometry 126. I went out for _ last year. a. Winter Track b. Winter track 127. At Chaminade, all students take in their senior year. a. American History II b. American history II c. american history II B. End Marks and Commas: From each pair of sentences, choose the one which correctly uses end marks and commas. 128. 129. 130. 131.

132. 133. 134. 135.

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a. b. 137. a. b. 138. a. b. 139. a. b. 140. a. b. 141. a. b

C.

What a surprise that was! What a surprise that was? Well if you think that would be best. Well, if you think that would be best. I made sure to bring my hand wraps, gloves, and mouthpiece. I made sure to bring, my hand wraps, gloves, and mouthpiece. Evan Tanner will be remembered as a devoted adventurous pioneer of the sport. Evan Tanner will be remembered as a devoted, adventurous pioneer of the sport. I already knew his number so I didn't write it down. I already knew his number, so I didn't write it down. Lost and confused, we called again for directions. Lost and confused we called again for directions. John celebrated his victory, with family and friends. John celebrated his victory with family and friends. Some bears, according to zoologists, can climb faster than they can run. Some bears according to zoologists, can climb faster than they can run. My appointment has been moved up to Friday, May, 5. My appointment has been moved up to Friday, May*5. I was wondering if I could borrow your truck tomorrow John. I was wondering if I could borrow your car tomorrow, John. He wore an old, torn, stained sports jacket to school today. He wore an old, torn, stained, sports jacket to school today. Working at a steady pace often leads to success. Working at a steady pace, often leads to success. Although I try I still can't beat the four-minute mile time. Although I try, | still can't beat the four-minute mile time. I enjoyed reading the novel Shoeless Joe. I enjoyed reading the novel, Shoeless Joe.

Colons and Semi-colons

In the sentences listed below, choose a. if the use of the colon or semicolon is correct or choose b. if the use of the colon or semicolon is incorrect 142. I studied hard; however, I still failed the test. 143. I; however, hate math.

144. I've lived in Houston, Texas; Brooklyn, New York; and Newark, New Jersey. 145. She left, he stayed behind. 146. My favorite colors are: blue, green, and red. 147. I got up at 9 45. 148. This summer we traveled to: Greece, Italy, and Spain. 149. Tom is a great athlete; as well as a talented student. 150. I enjoy three aspects of running: developing my strength, increasing my stamina, and enjoying the outdoors. Part IV - Composition (25 points) Directions: Write a well-constructed ESSAY 400-500 words long and consisting of four to five paragraphs on ONE of the questions below. Use specific references to the texts to support your views. Although an outline is not necessary, you will improve your writing if you organize your thoughts before writing them in your answer booklet. Identify all titles and authors used. Choice One In the blockbuster movie The Bucket List, the two main characters talk about the meaning of life. In the end, what's really important boils down to two important questions: â&#x20AC;˘ "Have you found joy in your life?" â&#x20AC;˘ "Has your life brought joy to others?" Using these two questions as a starting point, explore the lives of one character each from two (2) different works of literature we have covered in class this trimester, and examine how their lives relate to the two questions: Has that character found joy? Has the character's life brought joy to others? Use specific events from the text to illustrate your understanding of the work as well as how the author develops these characters.

OR Choice Two. The Golden Rule of "Do Unto Others As You Would Have Done Unto You" provides a valuable guideline for us to follow. While some of the characters we have read about this trimester are successful in following these instructions, others fail. Choose one character each from two (2) different works of literature we have covered in class this trimester and examine how one character is successful in following the Golden Rule while the other is not.

MAY THE JOY OF THE RISEN CHRIST BE WITH YOU! HAPPY EASTER!


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