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SPRING FINAL REVIEW 8 TH ENGLISH
COMPOUND SENTENCES * Contains two complete ideas called clauses *The clauses must be related. *Clauses are connected by a conjunction *A conjunction is a “joiner.” *Conjunctions: remember “FANBOYS” for, and, nor, but, or, yet, so *Semicolon functions as a conjunction
1.Abe Lincoln gave a stump speech, and he stood on a real stump. (CD) 2.I washed the rug with detergent, but the red stain would not come out. (CD) 3.The book is about ancient Egypt. (S) 4.Geronimo was born in No-doyohn Canyon, Mexico. (S) 5. Iris and Phil took a train to Chicago. (S) Compound and Simple Sentences DO THE REST ON YOUR OWN. YOU WILL CHECK YOUR ANSWERS.
CHECK YOUR ANSWERS FOR COMPOUND OR SIMPLE SENTENCES 6.CD7. CD8. CD9. CD 10. CD11. S12. S 13. S
CHECK YOUR ANSWERS LITERARY TERMS 1.E2. N3. G4. O 5. C6. A7. K8. M 9.F10. B 11. D 12. H 13. J
ALL BUT MY LIFE PAGE 663 GREEN LITERATURE BOOK 1.The German mayor of the town accompanied the American soldiers. 2.Gerta is numb. She is void of emotions. 3.Gerta lets the poison be burned, but not the pictures. 4.The powerful memories of her family sustain her: father reading the paper and smoking a pipe, her mother needlepointing, doing homework with her brother, and the soft lamps glowing. 5.Gerta married the officer that liberated her.
“The treasure of lemon brown” PAGE 176 red LITERATURE BOOK 1.Greg is doing poorly in math. He is not doing his best. 2. He wants to play basketball. 3. He goes down the street to a tenement building. 4. He meets Lemon Brown. Greg hears Lemon’s story, helps fight off thugs that want to steal Lemon’s treasure, and learns from Lemon about true “treasures.”
“The treasure of lemon brown” PAGE 176 red LITERATURE BOOK 5. Lemon’s “treasure” is an old harmonica along with newspaper clippings of his success as a blues singer. 6.Lemon’s treasure teaches Greg a lesson about the love between a father and a son. It reveals to him the desire of a father to inspire his son to do well. 7.“…I got a razor here sharp enough to cut a week into nine days!” **When Greg gets a look at Lemon Brown he decides he is harmless.**
The outsiders 1. Ponyboy gets jumped by some of the Socs. 2.Gang members: Darry, Sodapop, Steve, Two-Bit, Dally, and Johnny 3.The narrator is Ponyboy. 4.S. E. Hinton was 16 years old when she wrote The Outsiders.
The outsiders 5. Ponyboy ran away from home because Darry slapped him in an argument. 6.Ponyboy and Johnny rescued small children from a burning church building. 7.Ponyboy tried to cope with Johnny’s death by denying that it happened or was real. 8.Randy was sick of the fighting, and he was tired of it not doing any good.
The outsiders 9.Johnny wanted Ponyboy to stay sensitive, caring, kind, and innocent. 10.Dally “broke” after Johnny’s death. (pg. 52) He robbed a grocery store, ran to the vacant lot, pulled the EMPTY gun on the police, and was shot down. He died young, desperate, and violently.
The Diary of Anne Frank 1.The setting of the play is in an annex enclosed in a warehouse building owned by Mr. Frank in Amsterdam, The Netherlands during WWII. 2. The Franks went into hiding because the Nazis were persecuting the Jews. They were exiling them to concentration camps for labor and extermination.
The Diary of Anne Frank 3. The Franks and the VanDaans wore multiple layers of clothing because they could not carry suitcases or they would look suspicious to the Nazis. 4. The Franks and the VanDaans were hiding in the annex for 25 months.
The Diary of Anne Frank 5. There were eight people hiding in the annex, the Franks (4) The VanDaans (3) and Mr. Dussel. 6. Anne Frank never lost faith in the goodness of people.
The Diary of Anne Frank 7. Peter called Anne “Miss Quack, Quack.” 8. The yellow star of David 9. The Franks and the VanDaans think one of their warehouse workers is blackmailing them.
The Diary of Anne Frank 10. Their rations were cut due to the suppliers of the ration book were arrested. 11. The sound of the burglar downstairs ruins the Hanukkah celebration. 12. Mrs. Frank wants the VanDaans to leave because Mr. VanDaan was stealing food.
Vocabulary from Anne Frank and The Outsiders 1.Acquitted- to relieve from charge or fault of a crime; not guilty 2.Apprehension- nervousness 3.Conspicuous- easily seen or noticed 4.Contemptuous- despised; hated; scorned; distained 5. Defiance- a challenge; the act of going against authority
Vocabulary from Anne Frank and The Outsiders 6. Detached- not attached; separated 7. Disgruntled- unhappy 8. Doggedly- persistent in effort; stubbornly tenacious 9. Elite- superior or powerful group; nobility 10. Flinching- to drawback or shrink
Vocabulary from Anne Frank and The Outsiders 11. Gingerly- carefully or cautious 12. Hue- color, tint or shade 13. Incredulous- disbelief; skeptical 14. Indignantly- angrily 15. Intuition-an ability to know things without having to reason them out.
Vocabulary from Anne Frank and The Outsiders 16. Loathe- hate 17. Nonchalantly- in a casual unenthusiastic manner 18.Premonition- a feeling something bad will happen 19. Resignedly- submissive 20. S0phisticated- experienced in world ways
Vocabulary from Anne Frank and The Outsiders 21. Stricken- hit, wound or strike 22. Subside- to sink low or to a lower level 23. Unabashed- obvious; bold 24. Unfathomable- unbelievable 25. Vast- of great area or extent
1. "There are no walls, no bolts, no locks that anyone can put on your mind.“ Otto Frank 2. "We don't need the Nazis to destroy us. We are destroying ourselves.“ Otto Frank 3. "He's no father to you.. That man! He doesn't know what it is to be a father.“ Mrs. Frank 4. "In spite of everything, I still believe that people are basically good at heart.“ Anne Frank 5. "In my day it was the boys who called on the girls. Not the girls on the boys:” Mrs. VanDaan Who Said It: Anne Frank
6. "Aren't they awful? Aren't they impossible? Treating us as if we were still in the nursery." Anne Frank 7. "There is so little that we parents can do to help our children. We can only try to set a good example. You must build your own character.“ Otto Frank 8. "You can't throw...? Something they branded you with? That they made you wear so they could spit on you?” Peter Who Said It: Anne Frank
Who Said It: Outsiders 1. “Our one rule, besides stick together, is don’t get caught…Either way there’s not going to be any blood feud between our outfit and Shepard’s. If we needed them tomorrow, they’d show.” Two-Bit 2. “…. Johnny, don’t die, please don’t die…” Dallas 3. “He kept trying to make someone say ‘No’ and they never did. They never did. That is what he wanted. For somebody to tell him ‘No’.” Randy 4. “I didn’t think! I forgot! That’s all I hear out of you! Can’t you think of anything?” Darry
5. “I think I like it better when the old man’s hittin’ me. At least then I know he knows who I am.” Johnny 6. “We have troubles you have never even heard of….Things are rough all over.” Cherry 7. "You know what a greaser is? White trash with long hair.“ Bob 8. “It ain’t fair! It ain’t fair that we have all the rough breaks!” Ponyboy 9. “Don’t let him bug you. He’s really proud of you ‘cause you’re so brainy. It’s just because you’re the baby.--I mean he loves you a lot. Savvy?” Sodapop Who Said It: Outsiders
aster & astro star astronomy, asterisk ROOTS AND PREFIXES
aud to hear audience, audible ROOTS AND PREFIXES
cir & circum around circumference, circle
cred to believe, trust credibility, incredibility
dic, dict to say, to speak diction, dictionary
dur hard, lasting duration, endure
graph & gram to write, draw autograph, paragraph
logue, logo idea, word, speech, reason dialogue, logical
micro small microscope
mono one monologue
mov, mob, mot to move mobile, remove
noc, nox night equinox, nocturnal
port to carry import, export
pyr fire pyromania
spec, spect, spic to see, look at inspect, respect
syn, sym together symphony, synthesize
tract to pull, draw attract, traction
volve roll involve, revolution
ante before antecede
anti against; opposite antifreeze
auto self automobile
bi two bifocal
extra Outside; beyond; besides extraordinary
intra within intramural, intravenous
mis wrong; bad; no; not misfire, misbehave
sur over; above surface
trans across; over transfer
ultra extremely ultramodern
Good things to know: Anne Frank A play is divided into Acts. The play version of Anne Frank was taken from Anne Frank: The Diary of a Young Girl. There are only two scenes in the play, Anne Frank, that are NOT flashbacks.
Cherry helps Pony realize that not all Socs are like Bob and not all Greasers are like Dallas. Ponyboy and Johnny are almost killed rescuing the children from the burning church. Good things to know: The Outsiders
Good things to know: Literary Elements "If you can picture a little dark puppy that's been kicked too many times, that is Johnny Cade."Metaphor "He's got eyes that are like two pieces of pale blue-green ice."Simile "He reminded me of Will Rogers – maybe it was the grin."Allusion "He would kill the next person who jumped him. Nobody was ever going to beat him like that again." Foreshadowing "Sodapop kept them in stitches.” Idiom
"He had an elfish face, with high cheekbones and a pointed chin, small, sharp animal teeth, and ears like a lynx.“ Characterization "Glory, Two-Bit, scare us to death!“ Hyperbole "I could hear the blue Mustang's vroom, vroom..."Onomatopoeia "They walked slowly, silently, smiling.“ Alliteration "When I stepped out into the bright sunlight from the darkness of the movie house, I had only two things on my mind: Paul Newman and a ride home.“ Flashback Good things to know: Literary Elements
“He thinks I’m a pain in the neck.” Idiom “Towheaded and shifty-eyed. Dally was anything but handsome. Yet in his hard face there was character, pride, and a savage defiance.” Characterization “My friends would think I was off my rocker…” Idiom “The policemen’s guns spit fire into the night.” Personification “I was wishing I looked like Paul Newman...” Allusion “Things are tough all over.” Theme Good things to know: Literary Elements