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9 15 20 25 510 Om&M JC Lit. Terms Vocab. MISC 5 5 5 5 10 15 20 25 20 Team One Team Two Team Three Team Four Team Five Team Six

10 Why does George say this in a hopeless manner?: “You never oughta drink water when it ain’t running, Lennie”. A.Lennie always listens to George B. Lennie will forget the warning C. Lennie doesn’t know what running water means D. Lennie drinks everything he sees Show Answer

11 B. Lennie will forget the warning Back to Board

12 What does this show about Lennie? Lennie who had been watching, imitate George exactly. He pushed himself back, drew up his knees, embraced them, looked over to George to see whether he had it just right. He pulled his hat down a little more over his eyes, the way George’s hat was. A.Lennie is childlike B. Lennie has no imagination C. Lennie like to mimic George just for fun D. Lennie wants other people to think they are brothers Show Answer

13 A. Lennie is childlike Back to Board

14 Show Answer When Lennie is described as “dragging his feet a little, the way a bear drags his paws” is an example of A.Personification B.Onomatopoeia C.Alliteration D.Simile

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16 At the beginning of the story it says “ a small man stepped nervously beside him.” The small man stepped “nervously” because A.He is worried about the quality of the water B. He is scared of the other man C.He is hot and tired, and he may faint D.He is afraid of snakes Show Answer

17 A. He worried about the quality of the water Back to Board

18 What does this excerpt indicate? “The hell with what I says. You remember about us going in to Murray and Ready’ and they give us work cards and but tickers?” “Oh sure George. I remember that now.” His hands went quickly into his side coat pockets. He said gently, “ George… I ain’t got mine. I musta lost it.” He looked down at the ground in despair. A.George is always mad at Lennie B.Lennie lost the tickets C.Lennie doesn’t like to disappoint George D.George has no patience with Lennie Show Answer

19 C. Lennie doesn’t like to disappoint George Back to Board

20 What does Antony’s speech in this act reveal about this character? A.He use the deeds of others to his advantage B.He is a loyal and clever supporter of Caesar C.He didn’t truly care for Caesar D.He is unaware of his effect on others Show Answer

21 A.He uses the deeds of others to his advantage B.He is a loyal and clever supporter of Caesar Back to Board

22 Antony delivers his speech to the crowd at Caesar’s funeral. For that reason it is considered a/n A. Conversation B. aside C.Dialogue D.Monologue Show Answer

23 D. monologue Back to Board

24 In his oration how does Antony show that the conspirators are not honorable? A. Show Answer

25 c.He only wanted to break the record for himself Back to Board

26 What good deed did the boys do? a.They tutored poor boys in town b.They cleared the railroad tracks of snow so the troo trains could go through c.They donated their entertainment money to the Red Cross d.They took food and water to people who could not go out due to the weather Show Answer

27 b.They cleared the railroad tracks of snow so the troop trains could go through Back to Board

28 Why did Gene not enlist? a.He was against the war and refused to fight b.His vision was too poor and he could not get in c.Phineas returned d.He didn’t know what he wanted to do, so he was going to wait and get drafted after graduation Show Answer

29 c.Phineas returned Back to Board

30 The relationship between the narrator and the story (who is telling the story) is: a.Point of view b.Allusion c.Inference d.theme Show Answer

31 a.Point of view Back to Board

32 A logical guess or conclusion based upon facts is called: a.Allusion b.Irony c.Point of view d.inference Show Answer

33 d.inference Back to Board

34 The main idea or author’s opinion about life expressed in a piece of literature is called: a.The theme b.non-fiction c.Setting d.An exaggeration Show Answer

35 a.The theme Back to Board

36 A reference to a famous person, place, event or work of literature is: a.Foreshadowing b.Irony c.Allusion d.theme Show Answer

37 c.Allusion Back to Board

38 A contrast between what is expected and what actually happens or exists is: a.Allusion b.Interence c.Irony d.foreshadowing Show Answer

39 c.Irony Back to Board

40 Define: credulity a.Skillfulness b.Tendency to believe readily c.Making a twisted face, showing disgust or pain d.Of poor quality of small amount Show Answer

41 b.Tendency to believe readily Back to Board

42 Define: meager a.Speak unfavorably about b.Of poor quality or small amount c.Causing great discomfort; distressing d.Deceit or trickery Show Answer

43 b.Of poor quality or small amount Back to Board

44 Define: engaging a.Secretively; sneakily; stealthily b.Skillfulness c.Endless or seeming endless d.attractive; pleasant Show Answer

45 d.attractive; pleasant Back to Board

46 Define: oppressive a.Twisted in a complicated way b.Causing great discomfort; distressing c. An absence of emotion or enthusiasm d.Proven to be true Show Answer

47 b.Causing great discomfort; distressing Back to Board

48 Define: deftness a.Secretively b.Skillfulness c.An absence of emotion d.Twisted in a complicated way Show Answer

49 b.Skillfulness Back to Board

50 Ten days before in New York, Chig’s father had decided suddenly he wanted to go to Nashville to attend a college class reunion, twenty years out… Chig was 17 and had nothing to do that summer and his father asked him to go along. What part of the story is this? a.Climax b.Ending c.Exposition d.Rising action Show Answer

51 c.Exposition Back to Board

52 What is this called: A series of events that builds from the conflict. It begins with the initial incident and ends with the climax. a.Crisis b.Climax c.Falling action d.Rising action Show Answer

53 d.Rising action Back to Board

54 What does dénouement mean? a.Exposition b.Falling action c.Resolution d.Crisis Show Answer

55 c.Resolution Back to Board

56 The moment of highest interest and greatest emotion is called: a.Rising action b.Falling action c.Exposition d.Climax Show Answer

57 d.Climax Back to Board

58 What is this called: conflict that pits one person against another a.Man vs. society b.Man vs. man c.Man vs. nature d.Man vs. self Show Answer

59 b.Man vs. man Back to Board

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61 Which state is Devon School in: a.Massachusetts b.New York c.Vermont d.New Hampshire Show Answer 302928272625242322212019181716151413121110987654321

62 a.New Hampshire Back to Board

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