Who wants to be a Physiology Millionaire?

Who wants to be a Physiology Millionaire?

American Literature Final Exam Review Hosted by Mr. Stepp 2014 CCR3 Final Exam 10 points 1st Five Grammar Select the best choice for the underlined

portion to make the sentence the most clear and concise. The fact that boxing is known to cause head injuries and brain damage should lead us to inform the public and push for a ban on boxing. A should lead us to inform B could lead us to inform C should of led us to inform D will lead us to inform E should have led us to inform

10 points The House of Usher What does Usher do with the body of his twin sister? A He burns it. B He cuts it up and makes it into meat pies. C it in within the house. C He Heputs

puts it vault in vault within the house. D He disintegrates it with acid. 10 points Vocabulary Choose the vocabulary word that best completes the sentence. On ________ the wallpaper stuck to

the wall. A intact B intercept C contact C contact D - imposition 10 points Of Mice & Men Over how many days does the story take place? A Two

B Three C Four D Five 10 points 1st Five Grammar Select the best choice for the underlined portion to make the sentence the most clear and concise. After it was repaired it ran perfect again.

A ran perfect B ran perfectly C could run perfect D could of run perfect E would run perfectly 10 points Vocabulary Match the vocabulary word to the definition. cognition A an intent to reach a goal BB process

process of of acquiring acquiring knowledge knowledge C a written order for medicine D - hardship, test, trial 10 points Of Mice & Men by John Steinbeck Why are George and Lennie different from other guys who work on ranches? A They are actually wealthy B They like their work and want to do it forever

C They are not drifters D Each has the other to look out for him 10 points Vocabulary Choose the vocabulary word that best completes the sentence. The bone ______ was clearly visible on the x-ray. A animate B fragment B

fragment C coherent D - infraction 10 points The House of Usher Why has Roderick Usher summoned the narrator? A He wishes to see the narrator because he is ill. B The narrator is engaged to his dying sister. C Roderick Usher wants to kill the narrator. D Roderick Usher fears his sister is trying to kill him.

10 points Vocabulary Match the vocabulary word to the definition. opposition A the act of breaking the limits or rules B belief; acceptance as true or valid C Cthe the act act of resistance of resistance

or action or action against against D - disbelieving; not believing 10 points Of Mice & Men by John Steinbeck Match the characters to the correct description, action or quote.

Ill-tempered son of the boss and a welterweight fighter A George B Curley C Slim D Candy 10 points 1st Five Grammar Select the best choice for the underlined portion to make the sentence the most clear and concise. To no ones surprise, Joe didnt

have his homework ready. A no ones surprise B noones surprise C no-ones surprise D no ones surprise E no ones surprise 10 points Of Mice & Men by John Steinbeck Match the characters to the correct description, action or quote.

Wanted to be in the movies A the boss B Crooks C Lennie D Curleys Curleyswife wife 10 points Vocabulary Match the vocabulary word to the definition.

intercept AA to to stop stop or or interrupt interrupt the the course course of of B the act of resistance or action against C disbelieving; not believing D - to express or imply the opposite of

10 points The House of Usher What does Usher blame for making him ill? A The polluted environment. B His sister poisoning him. C history of his of familys evil. CThe

The history his familys evil. D The narrator poisoning him. 10 points Of Mice & Men by John Steinbeck Match the characters to the correct description, action or quote.

If Curley says anything, you can bust his other hand. A Crooks B Curley C Slim D Candy 10 points 1st Five Grammar Select the best choice for the underlined portion to make the sentence the most clear and concise. I always have trouble remembering the

meaning of these two common verbs, affect (to change or to influence) and effect (to cause or to accomplish). A to accomplish). B to accomplish). C to accomplish). D To accomplish E to accomplish.) 10 points Vocabulary Match the vocabulary word to the

definition. equanimity A calm temperament; evenness of temper B the act of breaking the limits or rules C disbelieving; not believing D pretense, cover, faade, mask 10 points Of Mice & Men by John Steinbeck

Match the characters to the correct description, action or quote. The stable hand A A Crooks Crooks B Curley C Carlson D Candy 10 points 1st Five Grammar

Select the best choice for the underlined portion to make the sentence the most clear and concise. After the hurricane, uprooted trees were laying all over the ground. A were laying B lying C were were lying lying D were laid E was laid

The next 7 slides are from The Great Gatsby Scarlet Letter slides are at the end (after The Great Gatsby) 10 points The Great Gatsby Using the choices below, match the character/element to the statement. What kind of drinks do Gatsby, Jordan, Tom,

and Daisy have at the hotel? A Martinis B San Franciscos C Old Sports D Mint Juleps 10 points The Great Gatsby Who was Nick's "date" the night that he was with Tom in New York? A Pammy

B Jordan C CCatherine Catherine D Daisy 10 points The Great Gatsby Identification The victim of a hit-and-run accident A Nick Carraway

B Jordan Baker C Daisy Buchanan D Myrtle Wilson 5 points The Great Gatsby True/False Jay Gatsby dies from drowning in his pool. A TRUE B FALSE

10 points The Great Gatsby Nick first meets Gatsby... A At the Buchanan's B At the museum C At one of Gatsby's parties D In Louisville 5 points The Great Gatsby True/False

Daisy kills Myrtle with Gatsbys car. A A TRUE B FALSE 5 points The Great Gatsby True/False George Wilson runs a gas station. A A TRUE B FALSE

10 points The Scarlet Letter Match the quote to the correct speaker. After Hester is directed to reveal her partner, what character says, Wondrous strength and generosity of a womans heart! She will not speak!? A Reverend Arthur Dimmesdale B Reverend John Wilson C Governor Bellingham D Roger Chillingworth 5 points

The Scarlet Letter True/False The narrator of this novel is considered an omniscient narrator. A TRUE TRUE B FALSE 10 points The Scarlet Letter At the Governors Hall, Pearl tells Reverend Wilson that

A her father is dead. B God made her. C she was not made, but plucked from a rose bush.. bush. D Satan made her. 5 points The Scarlet Letter True/False Mistress Hibbins spends nights in the forest. A TRUE TRUE

B FALSE 10 points The Scarlet Letter The story suggests that the letter A is A a sign of Hesters crime. B a source of anguish for Hester. C a symbol of pride for some of the young women in town. D D Both BothBBand andAA

5 points The Scarlet Letter True/False In the novel, The Black Man refers to Chillingworth. A TRUE B FALSE FALSE 10 points The Scarlet Letter Before he sails to England with Hester,

the minister decides that he must A win Pearls love. B confess his sin publicly. C make amends to Hester. D D deliver deliver his hislast last Election Election Sermon. Sermon.

Tally the points. A 10 point bonus (and a very good shot at passing the test tomorrow) to the winning team!

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