Read the following passage from coyote v acme

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Question 11   2 / 2 points Read the following passage from " Coyote v. Acme " : Encumbered by his heavy casts , Mr. Coyote lost control of the Rocket Skates soon after strapping them on , and collided with a roadside billboard so violently as to leave a hole in the shape of his full silhouette . Which of the following techniques does Frazier use in this passage ?
 Question options : exaggeration foreshadowing flashback simile
Question 12   2 / 2 points Which choice best captures the meaning of the phrase " and you 'll bargain with the calendar , " which appears in the part of " Courage " that deals with old age ? Question options :
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Question 14   2 / 2 points In " The Snowstorm , " what might Emerson mean by the metaphor " the trumpets of the sky " ?
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Question 16   2 / 2 points According to Safire , all the following words are usual examples of onomatopoeia except :
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Question 18   2 / 2 points In " The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock , " what two things are compared here ? " When the evening is spread out against the sky / Like a patient etherized [ asleep ] upon a table " ?
 Question options : the evening and a patient the evening and the sky a patient and a table the speaker and the listener
Question112 / 2 pointsRead the following passage from "Coyote v. Acme":Encumbered by his heavy casts, Mr. Coyote lost control of the Rocket Skates soon after strapping them on, and collided with a roadside billboard so violently as to leave a hole in the shape of his full silhouette. Which of the following techniques does Frazier use in this passage?Question options:exaggerationforeshadowingflashbacksimile
Question122 / 2 pointsWhich choice best captures the meaning of the phrase "and you'll bargain with the calendar," which appears in the part of "Courage" that deals with oldage?
Question132 / 2 pointsRead the following lines from "The Latin Deli":
What overall feeling do the sensory details and the comparison to "lost lovers" suggest?
Question142 / 2 pointsIn "The Snowstorm," what might Emerson mean by the metaphor "the trumpets of the sky"?Question options:weather forecastersswans trumpeting in the skythe winds howling in the skysnow blowing
Question152 / 2 pointsWhich word is closest in meaning to copious?
Question162 / 2 pointsAccording to Safire, all the following words are usual examples of onomatopoeia except:
Question172 / 2 pointsIn which sentence is the meaning of the word reposesuggested?
Question182 / 2 pointsIn "The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock," what two things are compared here?"When the evening is spread out against the sky / Like a patient etherized [asleep] upon a table"?Question options:the evening and a patientthe evening and the skya patient and a tablethe speaker and the listener
Question192 / 2 pointsWhich of the following words has much the same meaning as calamity?

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