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To which of the following words can one add the suffix -ion to form a word that means "a state of deep sadness or gloom"?

deject

inject

subject

reject


Which word means almost the same as the word "sullenly"?

prodigy

perpetually

lethargy

disconsolately


The suffix -ible means?

"capable of."

"full of."

"a state of."

"an amount or degree."



The _________ idea of an essay is its main or most important point.

dismal

dominant

lethargic

liable


Which word has the same meaning as the word "students" and has a root meaning "related to learning"?

pupils

scholars

classmates

children


Which word has an affix that means "full of"?

Question 6 options:

stupendous

divulge

pretense

indignant


Read the sentence, and choose the best definition for the bolded word.

When we first moved to town, I felt as if I was perpetually lost.

occasionally

sometimes

always

rarely

Save


Read the sentence, and choose the best definition for the bolded word.

Who could possibly find these wild stories about aliens landing in Scotland to meet with the Loch Ness monster credible?

amusing

interesting

scientific

believable


Which of the following words comes from a Latin root meaning "to hear"?

awkward

austere

audible

aunt


Read the sentence, and choose the best definition for the bolded word.

If you spill that milk on Dad's computer, he is liable to make you pay for repairs.

obligated

responsible

likely

certain


At the start of "President Cleveland, Where Are You?" Jerry is mostly concerned with

befriending Rollie Tremaine.

helping Armand and his family.

making sure his own wants are met.

getting his hands on a President Cleveland card.


What change in Armand does Jerry initially dislike in "President Cleveland, Where Are You?"

Jerry dislikes that his brother has started to side with their parents occasionally.

Jerry dislikes that his brother does not think that Rollie Tremaine is a bad person.

Jerry dislikes that his brother no longer wants to do things to help the family.

Jerry dislikes that his brother wants to take his new girlfriend to the prom.


What does Jerry realize by the end of "President Cleveland, Where Are You?"

Childish hobbies such as card collecting can be fun even after one is grown up.

Only by doing something for Armand can he ever hope to win his brother's respect.

Helping a family member always involves doing something one wouldn't normally do.

Being selfless is not always fun or easy, but it is the right thing to do.


What allusion does Squeaky make in "Raymond's Run" to make her confrontation with Gretchen and the other girls seem potentially volatile to readers?

She describes Gretchen as being "just like Cynthia Proctor."

She depicts Raymond as her "partner in crime."

She refers to the confrontation as a "Dodge City scene."

She says that the other girls are "nothing to be scared of."


In "Raymond's Run," what point of view does Toni Cade Bambara use to help readers better understand how Squeaky thinks and feels

third-person omniscient point of view

second-person point of view

third-person limited point of view

first-person point of view


What lesson do both Jerry in "President Cleveland, Where Are You?" and Squeaky in "Raymond's Run" learn?

It's good to have something valuable to sell to rivals.

It's important to help others rather than helping only oneself.

It's mature to replace childish hobbies with more adult interests.

It's right to put one's goals before the goals of others.


The lines "When I run / I swallow the world with my legs" from "I Have Ten Legs" help readers understand that the speaker feels

confused when running.

angry when running.

silly when running.

powerful when running.


In "Boy Flying," Leslie Norris writes, "He could see the river like the silver track / Left by a snail, and roads as narrow as ribbons." What figure of speech is used twice in these lines?

simile

exaggeration

personification

irony


By focusing part of the poem on what the boy is missing or what he cannot see and hear while flying, Leslie Norris creates a feeling of

anger or disapproval.

happiness or exhilaration.

confusion or uncertainty.

loneliness or isolation.


In "The White Umbrella," the narrator's lies stem from her feelings of

entitlement and respect.

pride and happiness.

nostalgia and wistfulness.

shame and insecurity.



Which of the following does the umbrella represent at first in "The White Umbrella"?

the mother's job, which she must take to feed the family

the narrator's feelings about her sister and Miss Crosman, which are unkind

Eugenie Roberts's piano music, which is beautiful and good

the narrator's greatest desires, which include happiness and purity


At the end of "The White Umbrella," the narrator throws the white umbrella into a sewer to show that

she is angry that it injured her during the accident and refuses to return it to Miss Crosman.

it has already caused too much trouble for the family and is now responsible for the car accident.

she is also throwing away the negative emotions she had felt about her mother.

it has been badly damaged in the car accident and is no longer useful.



What is the rhyme scheme of this stanza from "The Courage That My Mother Had"?

The golden brooch my mother wore

She left behind for me to wear;

I have no thing I treasure more:

Yet, it is something I could spare.

Question 23 options:

ABCB

ABAB

ABBA

ABCD


What emotion do the speakers in "My Father Is a Simple Man" and "The Courage That My Mother Had" express about their parent?

their sadness when the parent died early

their gratitude for the parent's advice about staying healthy

their high regard for the parent's traits and character

their appreciation for the material things the parent gave them

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