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1 1 pt 1 pt 1pt Punctuation Problems People in the Time Period Historical and Literary Time Periods PotpourriVocabulary

2 This word means to hinder; retard or obstruct the progress of

3 Impede

4 This word means deep-seated ill will; hostility

5 rancor

6 This word could be used in the following sentence: I made a ____ agreement to meet David at 7:30pm.

7 Tentative

8 This word is ominous, meaning menacing; threatening. It’s part of speech is ____.

9 adjective

10 The part of speech for chauvinism, which means prejudiced belief in one’s own gender, group or kind.

11 Noun

12 I had a dentist appointment at am.

13 I had a dentist appointment at 10:30 am.

14 My rancor towards Joshua had everything to do with the football game we lost because of him.

15 My rancor towards Joshua had everything to do with the football game; we lost because of him.

16 In order to live a fruitful, thoughtful, and intelligent life you must remember to do two things you must breath and have fun.

17 In order to live a fruitful, thoughtful, and intelligent life you must remember to do two things; you must breath and have fun.

18 Please choose one of the following to research the Renaissance, Romanticism, or Victorianism.

19 Please choose one of the following to research: the Renaissance, Romanticism, or Victorianism.

20 There are many places I would like to see Los Angeles, California New York New York and Honolulu, Hawaii.

21 There are many places I would like to see: Los Angeles, California; New York, New York; and Honolulu, Hawaii.

22 This person challenged the theory that the planets and sun orbited around the sun; he also developed a modern telescope.

23 Galileo

24 Sir Isaac Newton discovered the existence of gravity during this time period.

25 Neoclassical

26 This time period’s famous people include Joan of Arc, Lady Godiva, Dracula, and Marco Polo.

27 Medieval, the Middle Ages

28 Beethoven, William Wadsworth Longfellow, and Mary Shelley lived and worked during this time period.

29 Romanticism

30 Beowulf is an example of a work from this time period.

31 Anglo-Saxon

32 Mona Lisa and the Sistine Chapel’s ceiling both were painted during this time period.

33 Renaissance

34 This time period is famous for knights, jousting, and the Crusades.

35 Medieval

36 This time period began when Germanic tribes settled in Britain bringing their language and customs.

37 Anglo-Saxon

38 This time period means rebirth.

39 Renaissance

40 These punctuation marks would precede a list of things.

41 colons

42 Name at least one famous composer during the Romantic time period.

43 Beethoven or Mozart

44 This word means uninfluenced by emotions or personal prejudices.

45 objectively

46 This time period saw a return to Roman and Greek classic ideas. It also challenged those ideas with the discovery of gravity and the proposal of the sun at the center of the galaxy.

47 Neoclassical / Restoration

48 This word means impressively great in size, force, or extent; enormous.

49 prodigious

50 Yesterday, I said I wanted to travel around the United States I also mentioned that I’d like to see the Grand Canyon, Yellowstone National Park, the Statue of Liberty, Laura Ingalls Wilder’s house, and the Everglades.

51 Yesterday, I said I wanted to travel around the United States; I also mentioned that I’d like to see: the Grand Canyon, Yellowstone National Park, the Statue of Liberty, Laura Ingalls Wilder’s house, and the Everglades.

52 What TWO “Greats” happened during the Neoclassical period? period

53 Great Plague and Great Fire


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