English 11 Review and Assess 1

English 11 Review and Assess 1 - make this folk tale lively...

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David Park English 11 Review and Assess 1 Literary Analysis 1. It add a very sarcastic tone which adds humors to the text and is very enjoyable to the readers. 2. The first example is Smiley was monstrous proud of his frog. I choose this because the word he used to describe his frog gave me a smile on my face. The second one is The feller took the money and started away; I chose this passage because how ironic it was I really believe that Smiley frog would have won but he lost. 3. (A) It adds humor to the story because the way he says his thing is funnier than actually just saying them in a normal way. (B) It would have been less effective if Twain spoke in standard English because the humor part of it would have been gone. 4. (A) Twain’s main purpose would be that he wants to show the story of this childhood kid who wanted to be a steamboats men. (B) His humor was able to bring out the best parts in the story and was able to make it more effective and more fun to read. 5. (A) His main purpose was to tell the reader about a folk tale. (B) The humor was able to
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Unformatted text preview: make this folk tale lively and fun to read. 6. I think the Boys’ Ambition he seems to to give the character more respect because in the other story he was just basically making fun of the Smiley character. Vocabulary 1. Monotheism is the belief in only one god. 2. Monologue is a single speaker. 3. Monolith is single block of stone. 4. Monochrome is one type of color. Spelling 1. Hard 2. Soft 3. Hard Concept 1. D 2. B 3. G 4. C 5. F 6. A 7. H 8. E Grammar 1. Why, it never made a difference to him. 2. You couldn’t fetch anything for him to bet on but bet on but he’d match you. 3. Maybe you’ve had experience and maybe you didn’t only a amature. 4. It warn’t any use-he couldn’t budge. 5. A yaller one-eyed cow that didn’t have a tail. It fits his character because we are able to understand what he is saying and it add humor to the story. Simon Wheeler’s double negative makes his story fun and enjoyable to read....
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