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2011 Spring Exam Review Game. Honors English II. Julius Caesar. She poisoned herself. She fell off a balcony.. How did Portia kill herself?. She stabbed herself. She suffocated herself. Julius Caesar. 33. 25. Caesar received how many stab wounds from the perpetrators?. 32. 27.

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2011 Spring Exam Review Game

Honors English II


Julius Caesar

She poisoned herself.

She fell off a balcony.

How did Portia kill herself?

She stabbed herself.

She suffocated herself.


Julius Caesar

33

25

Caesar received how many stab wounds from the perpetrators?

32

27


Julius Caesar

Soothsayer

Brutus

Which character told Caesar to “Beware the ides of March?”

Cassius

Caesar’s conscience


Julius Caesar

Feast of Lupercal

Hanuka

What holiday are the Roman masses celebrating at the time of Caesar’s return?

Olympus Festival

Christmas


Julius Caesar

Calpurnia

Portia

Who was one of Caesar’s wives?

Miranda

Rufilla


Poetry

14

13

How many lines does a sonnet consist of?

15

11


Poetry

false

true

A lyric expresses the feelings of two speakers. True or False?


Poetry

Repetition of consonant sounds within words.

Repetition of consonant sounds at the beginning of words.

What is consonance?

Repetition of consonant sounds at the end of words.


Poetry

true

false

A dramatic poem tells a story using a character’s own thoughts or spoken statements. True or False?


Poetry

Repetition of consonant sounds at the beginning of words.

Repetition of consonant sounds within words.

What is alliteration?

Repetition of consonant sounds at the end of words.


1984

Positive reinforcement

spying

Which technique does the party NOT use to control thought?

Physical torture


1984

true

false

The Proles are the only segment of society that is not controlled every second of the day. True or False?


1984

rats

dogs

What is Winston afraid of?

spiders

snakes


1984

Junior Anti-Sex League

Inner Party

Julia is a member of the…?

Spies

Brotherhood


1984

Synthetic Gin

tea

Winston reflects that the only thing “cheap and plentiful” is…?

Victory Coffee

sugar


TKAM

The Finch’s cook

The Radley’s cook

Who is Calpurnia?

Tom Robinson’s wife


TKAM

Ghosts/spirits

Mean neighbors

What are the “hot steams” which the children refer too?

Mr.Radley’s shadows

Watering holes


TKAM

A snowman

A jack-o-lantern

What is the “near libel” which Jem puts in the front yard?

Francis’s ham costume


TKAM

Dill

Walter Cunningham

Who is Francis’s so-called fiancee?

Jem


Charley Baker Harris

TKAM

Charles Baker Harris

What is Dill’s real name?

Charles Baker Harrison

Charlston Baker Harris


Anthem

A phone

radio

What was the “box” which Equality created?

Radioactive waste

electricity


Anthem

The Generous One

The Glorious One

What nickname did Equality give Liberty?

The Golden One

The Great One


Anthem

Sewage system

subway

What was the tunnel, that Equality discovered, used for in the Unmentionable Times?

A walking path


Anthem

true

false

Parents never saw their children and children never met their parents. True or False?


Anthem

one

two

How many books did Equality have to read before he discovered the word “I?”

three

four


Grammar

true

false

A modifier should be placed as far away as possible from the word it modifies. True or False?


true

Grammar

false

A misplaced modifier appears to modify the wrong word in a sentence. True or False?


true

Grammar

false

A dangling modifier appears to modify the wrong word or no word at all because the word it should logically modify is missing. True or False?


true

Grammar

false

A singular subject after “or” takes a plural verb. True or False?


true

Grammar

false

A plural subject after “or” takes a plural verb. True or False?


opponent

Ch. 1-18 Vocab

friend

What is an adversary?

assistant


rude

Ch.1-18 Vocab

polite

What are you if you are impertinent?

happy


warlike

Ch.1-18 Vocab

different

What does belligerent mean?

annoyed

tired


true

Ch.1-18 Vocab

false

A citadel is a fortress overlooking a city. True or False?


scornful

Ch.1-18 Vocab

happy

If you are a cynic you are…?

busy

lazy


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