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1 Final Jeopardy MONDAY TEST REVIEW Vocabulary Definitions Vocabulary Fill-In the Blanks MachiavelliOld Vocabulary SURPRISE

2 VOCAB FILL-IN THE BLANKS 100 Erika narrowed her eyes and looked at Ms. Molleur with (1)_______ when she (2)_______ upon the class yet another paper to write for AP English. shrewd/shrewdlyodium/odious/odiously exorbitant/exorbitantlymiser/miserly bestow/bestows/bestowedcampaigns/campaign contempt/contemptuously ostentation/ostentatious/ostentatiously

3 ANSWER Erika narrowed her eyes and looked at Ms. Molleur with contempt or odiously when she bestowed upon the class yet another paper to write for AP English.

4 DOUBLE JEOPARDY!!!

5 VOCAB FILL-IN THE BLANKS *400* One reason that people oppose the new health care bill is that it will cost lots of money, and they fear it will cause ________ taxes. shrewd/shrewdlyodium/odious/odiously exorbitant/exorbitantlymiser/miserly bestow/bestows/bestowedcampaigns/campaign contempt/contemptuously ostentation/ostentatious/ostentatiously

6 ANSWER One reason that people oppose the new health care bill is that it will cost lots of money, and they fear it will cause exorbitant taxes.

7 VOCAB FILL-IN THE BLANKS 300 Although all her friends decided to go to a party and drink, Mesha made the ______ decision not to go, so when the cops busted up the party, she didn’t get in trouble. shrewd/shrewdlyodium/odious/odiously exorbitant/exorbitantlymiser/miserly bestow/bestows/bestowedcampaigns/campaign contempt/contemptuously ostentation/ostentatious/ostentatiously

8 ANSWER Although all her friends decided to go to a party and drink, Mesha made the shrewd decision not to go, so when the cops busted up the party, she didn’t get in trouble.

9 DOUBLE JEOPARDY!!!

10 VOCAB FILL-IN THE BLANKS *800* shrewd/shrewdlyodium/odious/odiously exorbitant/exorbitantlymiser/miserly bestow/bestows/bestowedcampaigns/campaign contempt/contemptuously ostentation/ostentatious/ostentatiously Nobody really like the woman who lived down the street. She was uppity and _______ about how much money she had.

11 ANSWER Nobody really like the woman who lived down the street. She was uppity and ostentatious about how much money she had.

12 VOCAB. DEFINITIONS 100 Define the word CHAMPAIGN (as Machiavelli used it)

13 ANSWER CHAMPAIGN – war

14 VOCAB. DEFINITIONS 200 Define the word MISER

15 ANSWER MISER – Someone stingy, someone who is NOT generous

16 VOCAB. DEFINITIONS 300 Define the word CONTEMPT

17 ANSWER CONTEMPT – hatred or strong dislike

18 VOCAB. DEFINITIONS 400 Define the word OSTENTATIOUS

19 ANSWER OSTENTATIOUS – showy, showing off

20 MACHIAVELLI 100 Machiavelli wrote The Prince at a time when the county of (1) _________ was experiencing a lot of (2) ________________________. (Fill in each blank with something that works – your own words!)

21 ANSWER Machiavelli wrote The Prince at a time when the county of Italy was experiencing a lot of political conflict and war. (Fill in each blank with something that works – your own words!)

22 MACHIAVELLI 200 The word “MACHIAVELLIAN” means…..?

23 ANSWER The word “MACHIAVELLIAN” means ruthless, manipulative, and doing whatever it takes to keep power.

24 MACHIAVELLI 300 Most people in Machiavelli’s time (and even today!) think that princes and leaders should be (2)_________. Machiavelli believed it was okay to (3) ___________. (Fill in each blank with something that works – your own words!)

25 ANSWER Most people in Machiavelli’s time (and even today!) think that princes and leaders should be virtuous. Machiavelli believed it was okay to act immorally to keep power.

26 MACHIAVELLI 400 Although many people initially disagree with this idea, Machiavelli believed that a prince should NOT be __________________ in order to avoid being hated and loosing power.

27 ANSWER Although many people initially disagree with this idea, Machiavelli believed that a prince should NOT be generous in order to avoid being hated and loosing power.

28 OLD VOCABULARY 100 Define rebuke.

29 ANSWER Rebuke means to express sharp disapproval or reprimand.

30 OLD VOCABULARY 200 Define stifle.

31 ANSWER Stifle – to silence, suppress, or suffocate.

32 DOUBLE JEOPARDY!!!

33 OLD VOCABULARY *600* Define reprieve.

34 ANSWER Reprieve means a break.

35 OLD VOCABULARY 400 Define didactic.

36 ANSWER Didactic means teacher-like/preaching.

37 MISC. 100 Because of the turmoil in Italy at the time, Machiavelli believed that a prince’s most important goal should be to _______________________. To him, this was more important than being virtuous, generous, or liked!

38 ANSWER Because of the turmoil in Italy at the time, Machiavelli believed that a prince’s most important goal should be to do WHATEVER it takes to KEEP POWER. To him, this was more important than being virtuous, generous, or liked!

39 MISC. 200 What are the connotations of the words “exorbitant taxes”? ________________________ VERSUS The connotations of the words “high taxes”?

40 ANSWER What are the connotations of the words “exorbitant taxes”? VERY NEGATIVE VERSUS The connotations of the words “high taxes”?

41 MISC. 300 What text did Jonathan Swift write ____________.

42 ANSWER Jonathan Swift wrote “A Modest Proposal”.

43 MISC. 400 The writing of both Machiavelli Gabriel Jose Garcia Marquez was shaped by their backgrounds. What is ONE similarity between Machiavelli’s background and Gabriel Jose Garcia Marquez’s? AND TWO DIFFERENCES?

44 ANSWER Similarity: Machiavelli and Marquez both lived in countries that had a lot of political conflict, wars, and corrupted leadership. Difference: - Machiavelli wrote non-fiction/essays and lived in the 15 th century Italy. - Marquez wrote fiction and lived in 20 th century Columbia.

45 FINAL JEOPARDY Secretly think of the number of points your group would like to wager. When I walk around quietly let me know what your group would like to wager on this last question.

46 FINAL JEOPARDY At the end of “One of These Days”, Marquez describes a spider by saying: While the dentist washed his hands, he saw the crumbling ceiling and a dusty spider web with spider’s eggs and dead insects. What might this spider symbolize? Provide at least two pieces of evidence to support/explain your claim!

47 ANSWER

48 WELCOME TO ENGLISH JEOPARDY START


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