1.When a person prevails they..A. morally rightB. fearlessC. gain the desired effectD. shaking in a threatening way2.clues of what will happen later in the text are called… A. foreshadowingB. alliterationC. context cluesD. hyperbole3.Who is the main character of Le Morte d’Arthur?A. ModredB. Sir GawainC. King ArthurD. Bedivere4.5.Which of the following is a verb form that shows an action is continuing?A. “She is walking in the park.”B. “She had walked to the park before sunrise.”C. “She walked to the park.”D. “She has walked to the park before sunrise.”6.When considering the audience, which of the following questions could you ask yourself?A. Who will be reading this? B. How might the journey of this hero have meaning for readers today?C. What kind of hero is important to me?D. Where can I set this story and what might the hero’s quest be?7.8.Which of the following quotations reveal an omniscient point-of-view?A. “Then they agreed that King Arthur and Sir Mordred should meet between their two hosts, and that each of them should bring fourteen persons with him.”B. “But when the hosts on both sides saw that sword drawn, they blew trumpets and horns and shouted grimly, and the two hosts rushed toward each other.”C. “Then the king got his spear in both his hands and ran toward Sir Mordred, crying, ‘Traitor, now has thy death-day come!'”D. “And the king thought that under him, far from him, was hideous deep black water; therein were all manner of serpents and worms and wild beasts, foul and horrible.”9.I had walked on the beach before dinner.–Is an example of what verb type?A. past progressiveB. simple pastC. past participleD. past perfect10.What point of view is shown in the following lines of Le Morte d’Arthur.Upon Trinity Sunday at night King Arthur dreamed a wonderful dream, and that was this: it seemed that he saw upon a platform a chair and the chair was fastened to a wheel; thereupon King Arthur sat in the richest cloth of gold that might be made. And the king thought that under him, far from him, was hideous deep black water… Question 10 options:A. NarrativeB. Third-person omniscientC. Third-person limited omniscientD. First person 11.What is the setting of Le Morte d’Arthur? A. Denmark, 6th CenturyB. Nordic PlainsC. a battlefield on Trinity SundayD. Battle of Hastings12. What happens to King Arthur’s sword in the end? 13.Jane talks on the phone. Bob has been talking on the phone for an hour. Mary is talking on the phone.Who is not necessarily on the phone now? (use verb tense to figure it out)A. BobB. Jane and MaryC. JaneD. Mary14.the selection “The Day of Destiny Le Morte d’Arthur.”15.Which of the following is an example of a situational archetype?A. heaven vs hellB. colorsC. father-son conflictD. Light vs Darkness16.The nurse asked for clarification because she could not make out the doctor’s handwriting, and she did not want to do the wrong thing. Define clarification.A. To make difficultB. A well-written noteC. explanation that makes something easier to understandC. Provision of assistance17.Which of the following uses first-person point-of-view?A. I fought in the battle.B. You fought in the battleC. He fought in the battle.D. They fought in the battle18.Why is Arthur an archetypical hero?A. because they show Arthur as a strong warrior who is destined to die in battle. B. because they show Arthur as a wise kingC. because they show Arthur as a meek and humble rulerD. because they show Arthur as a monster19.Arthur’s companion, Gawain, is depicted as a chivalric person–What do you think chivalric means?A. honorable, loyal, courageousB. questioning, curious, bendingC. handsome, well-bred, strongD. dishonorable, disloyal, childish20She swooned when she got a whiff of the harsh chemical. What does the bolded word mean?A. she jumpedB. she fledC. She awokeD. she fainted
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