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English 4 Final Exam Full Test All 62 Questions Am I a hero? Question 1 In general, irony is a difference between appearances and reality. Selected Answer: False Correct Answer: True Question 2 Sometimes you have to know the history of a country in order to understand a story. Selected Answer: True
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Correct Answer: True Question 3 In Annabel Lee the speaker believes his love died because the angels were jealous of his and Annabel Lee's love. Selected Answer: True Correct Answer: True Question 4 Prepositional phrases can be used to promote sentence variety in writing. Selected Answer: True
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Correct Answer: True Question 5 In The Story of an Hour Mrs. Mallard loved her husband very much. Selected Answer: False Correct Answer: False Question 6 In third person limited point of view, the narrator is outside the story and knows the thoughts and feelings of only one character in the story. Selected Answer: True
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Correct Answer: True Question 7 In first person point of view, the narrator knows the thoughts and feelings of all characters in the story. Selected Answer: False Correct Answer: False Question 8 If you falsify documents, you are intending to deceive. Selected Answer: True
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Correct Answer: True Question 9 Irony is always intended to be serious. Selected Answer: False Correct Answer: False Question 10 In third person omniscient point of view, the narrator is a character inside the story. Selected Answer: False
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Correct Answer: False Question 11 In the novel The Kite Runner , what happened to Amir's mother? Selected Answer: She ran away with gypsies after Amir was born. Correct Answer: She died giving birth to Amir. Question 12 When you are right you cannot be too radical; when you are wrong, you cannot be too conservative." This quote is an example of
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Selected Answer: none of the above Correct Answer: parallelism. Question 13 In the novel The Kite Runner , Hassan is Hazara and Amir is Pashtun. Why is this significant? Selected Answer: Amir's can justify his sacrificing of Hassan because he is his servant. Correct Answer: all of the above Question 14
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What exactly is the purpose of the underground machines in The Time Machine ? Selected Answer: They manufacture goods for the Eloi. Correct Answer: They are ventilators for the underworld. Question 15 In The Time Machine , which of the following does the Time Traveller not retrieve from the museum? Selected Answer: sulphur Correct Answer: sulphur Question 16
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Indicate the correct meaning of the word: asynchronous Selected Answer: not happening at the same time Correct Answer: not happening at the same time Question 17 Indicate the correct meaning of the word: archaic Selected Answer: antiquated Correct Answer: antiquated
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Question 18 In what year was The Time Machine first published in book form? Selected Answer: 1895 Correct Answer: 1895 Question 19 Who is the author commonly ascribed to the passage in Ecclesiastes?
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