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Final Exam Review Game Eng 10 2012


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									        Hopefully, this is your grade!


     English 10
     2011-2012 School Year

                            …and not this!
Q. 1
GRAMMAR: Parts of Speech
 A person or thing that is being discussed,
  described, or dealt with within a sentence.
Q. 2
GRAMMAR: Parts of Speech
  A word used to describe an action, state, or
   occurrence, and forming the main part of the
   predicate of a sentence
Q. 3
GRAMMAR: Subject-Verb Agreement
 Measles ____________ a serious childhood
                  A. is        B. are
Q. 4
GRAMMAR: Subject/Verb Agreement
 The #1 rule for Subject/Verb Agreement is…”the
  subject must agree with its verb in person and in
Q. 5
The stories about the old house
  _____________________ very frightening.
 A. seem                       B. seems
Q. 6
Each of us ___________ the potential to do well on
  this exam.
 A. has                        B. have
Q. 7
GRAMMAR: Parts of Speech
 A ____________is a word that takes the place of a
  noun, a group of words acting as a noun, or
  another pronoun.
Q. 8
GRAMMAR: Parts of Speech
  An ______________ is the word or group of
   words to which a pronoun refers.
Q. 9
 Anyone can get __________ name in the news.
           A. his/her               B. their
Q. 10
 The band starts ____________ tour tomorrow
           A. its                    B. their
Q. 11
   Select the choice with the correct order of a
    PLOT sequence.
a. 1) Falling Action 2) Rising Action 3)
  Exposition 4) Climax 5) Resolution
b. 1) Rising Action 2) Falling Action 3)
  Climax 4) Exposition 5) Resolution
c. 1) Exposition 2) Rising Action 3) Climax
  4) Falling Action 5) Resolution
d. 1) Exposition 2) Rising Action 3)
  Falling Action 4) Climax 5) Resolution
Q. 12
What is the repetition of the same consonant
 sounds at the beginnings of neighboring words?
A simile                 B. alliteration

C. metaphor            D. personification
Q. 13
  What is the use of language that evokes the
   senses of sight, hearing, smell, taste, and touch?
A. Irony            B. alliteration
C. imagery      D. allusion
Q. 14
  What is a message or insight about life that
   the author communicates in a literary work?
A. metaphor       B. theme
C. simile         D. tone
Q. 15
    A reference to a well-known text (book, play,
     poem, song), event, or person within a text is
     a/an ___________________.
A.    simile                 B. personification

C. metaphor                  D. allusion
Q. 16
  The author’s attitude toward his/her subject is
   the ____________.
A. tone            B. mood
C. theme           D. allusion
Q. 17
  What type of irony is used when the audience
   knows more than one or more characters (used
   to create humor, suspense, or tension)?
A. verbal

B. dramatic
C. situational
Q. 18
   What is FLAT vs. ROUND characterization?
Q. 19
   What is DYNAMIC vs. STATIC characterization?
Q. 20
   What is the purpose of a thesis statement in a
    formal paper?
   A. to grab the audience’s attention
   B. to provide the audience with an
    organizational plan
   C. to inform the audience how it should think
    about a topic
   D. to get an audience to take action
Q. 21
 Which of the following is NOT a choice for what
  belongs within a parenthetical citation?
 a. book title and page number

 b. the complete URL and page number

 c. author’s last name and page number

 d. article title and page number
Q. 22
 The most important thing concerning the Works
  Cited page is that
 a. it is reverse-indented

 b. it is alphabetized

 c. it is double spaced

 d. each source must be cited in the essay
Q. 23
   In FICTION, which point of view would be
    demonstrated with the following sentence?

       John laughed hollowly. “You’re joking,” he said,
    wondering how on earth he would ever get over this.
 Time for
                         Q. 24
   In FICTION, which point of view would be
    demonstrated with the following sentence?

         “As not to wake the sleeping newborn, I
    tiptoed lightly through the dimly lit hallway to
    reach my large comfortable queen-sized bed.”
                      Q. 25
   Name at least three things that EVERY POEM
                        Q. 26
   What are the four purposes of writing?
                         Q. 27
    If you are reading a piece of non-fiction and you
    do not immediately know a word, what should
    you do?
                        Q.   28
   How does a reader differentiate between fact and
 18 grammar
 17 literary/poetic devices

 5 about a fictional piece (excerpt of short story)

 5 about Research Writing

 5 about a poem

 6 about a non-fiction piece (newspaper article)

         60 Questions Total
    10% of your 4th 9 weeks’ grade

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