Test 21. Name:
Warm Ups: ___/6 ___/6 ___/9
Non-Clicker Extra Credit:
Spelling. Skip if exempt.
a) structure b) complexity c) reconstruct d) all correct
a) complecation b) sensible c) obstruct d) all correct
a) imply b) pliers c) sentry d) all correct
a) sensation b) acomplice c) destruction d) all correct
a) resent b) sentimental c) applicible d) all correct
a) senser b) perplex c) multiplication d) all correct
a) sensitivity b) replica c) consenses d) all correct
a) instructer b) explicit c) implicit d) all correct
a) pliable b) applacation c) construction d) all correct
"together fold PERSON" = a) 2a b) 3b c) 4b d) 7c
against build" = a) 1c b) 2a c) 2c d) 9c
"into build person" = a) 4c b) 2c c) 8a d) 9b e)
"together feel-ness" = a) 2b b) 3a c) 4a
d) 7a e) NOTA
"many fold thing" = a) 1b b) 2a c) 5c d) 6c
"feel person" = a) 2b b) 3c c) 4b d) 8a e)
Vocabulary. Skip if exempt.
At the end of the shopping spree, there was a _____________(ing) of the
bill. a) reckon b) brusque c) edify d) tract e)
After much ______, and many cookies, the teacher finally forgave the students
for the heinous behavior. a) gumption b) supplication
c) rebuff d) thwartage e) cowed
Jaggery ______ Charlotte's efforts to apologize. a) edified
b) caucused c) rebuffed d) brusqued e) reckoned
This word originates with the Italian word for a "stickery" plant.
____ a) thwart b) edified c) cowed d) gumption
He was 35 and still living at home; his mother said he lacked _____
a) brusqueness b) irrelevant c) edification d) gumption
People read both for pleasure and ___. a) brusqueness
b) tracts c) edification d) gumption e) rebuffing
Before they walked on the field, the team was already _____ by the thought
of how big and intimidating the other team was. a) brusqued
b) cowed c) edified d) rebuffed e) reckoned
Whether you tried hard or not is ______ as far as your grade is concerned.
a) reckon b) supplication c) edify d) tract e)
His attempt to climb Mt. Everest was _____ by bad weather, which forced
him to turn back. a) brusqued b) cowed c) thwarted
d) caucused e) edified
The revolution that made the US a separate nation was preceded by the printing
and circulation of political ______(s) that influenced people's thinking.
a) reckon b) brusque c) edify d) tract e) irrelevant
Although the heat is on, it is still cold in this room. a) simple
b) compound c) complex d) cd-cx
I had to turn up my hearing aid since it's so hard to hear you.
a) simple b) compound c) complex d) cd-cx
Nobody may speak while Mr. Coward is speaking because this is not a democracy,
and he won't listen anyway. a) simple b) compound c)
complex d) cd-cx
Joel and Cole both received detention and Saturday work for their rude
behavior, but only Cole showed up. a) simple b) compound
c) complex d) cd-cx
The song "Rock the Boat" is by a disco group called Hues Corporation.
a) correct b) incorrect
respectful : impertinent :: innocent : _______ a) slanderous
b) inferior c) smirk d) adverse e) complicit
The attempted mutiny would be considered the _____ of our story.
a) plot b) exposition c) climax d) inciting incident
The drug has many __ side effects. a) wont b) inferior c) pastoral
d) trifle e) adverse
Besides the knife, what is the other piece of evidence that Charlotte killed
Hollybrass? a) Her fingerprints on the knife. b) Blood on Charlotte's
clothes. c) Jaggery claims to have witnessed it. d) Hollybrass
was holding her handerchief. e) All of the above.
For Charlotte, "of all the misfortunes that was the most hurtful to bear."
What is that? a) That she was accused of murder. b) That Zachariah
was dead. c) That she was in the brig. d) That the crew had
turned against her. e) None of the above.
Charlotte thinks Zachariah's plan to go ashore in Providence and report
Jaggery won't work, because Jaggery would never let him get ashore.
a) True b) False
What does Zachariah say to show Charlotte that any one of the crew was
capable of killing Hollybrass? a) He explains how they're all experts
with a knife. b) He tells her about the plan they had. c) He
tells her how the whole crew is made up of former criminals. d) He
tells her how gossip travels in a ship. e) None of the above.
At this point, whom does Charlotte think killed Hollybrass? a) Dillingham
b) Keetch c) Jaggery d) the whole crew e) none of the
When Jaggery comes to get Charlotte for her trial, she says he looks at
her... a) with hatred. b) with disgust. c) with sick pleasure.
d) like she's not there. e) all of the above.
Jaggery tells Charlotte that she is only getting a trial because she's
the daughter of one of the owners of the company. a) True b)
At this point, we are in the ________ of the story. a) inciting
incident b) rising action c) climax d) falling action
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