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Let’s take a look at a few questions from the IAB the other day: 3, 5, 11, 12
“Husker Du, 3/21.” Period One – Test #1.
- “Delinquent” : ________ :: The Outsiders : ________ a) 1st person/3rd person b) 3rd person/1st person. c) both 1st person. d) Both 3rd person. e) NOTA
- “If it weren’t for the gang, _______ would never have known what love and affection are.” a) Steve b) Dally c) Johnny d) Darry e) Two-Bit
- “…doesn’t understand anything that isn’t plain, hard fact.” a) Steve b) Dally c) Johnny d) Darry e) Two-Bit
- Dally : the world :: Johnny : ___ a) Dally b) his parents c) the world d) Steve e) All of these.
- A French chef in New York chisels ice sculptures. a) adjective b) not an adjective
“Husker Du, 3/21.” Period Two – Test #23. a) fastidious b) insinuate c) improvise d) shrewd e) allegory f) absolution g) consign h) agitate i) sanction
- We ran out of the ingredients for the recipe, so we had to ______.
- The Nuremberg Laws ____(ed) Jews to second-rate status.
- Jean is very _____ about her silverware; she won’t eat at that restaurant because she thinks the forks aren’t clean enough.
- Who helps Vladek establish and maintain contact with Anja in Birkenau? a) Pavel b) Yidl c) The kapo whose boots Vladek fixed. d) A German officer Vladek bribed. e) NOTA
- Rachel Ray finds inspiration in cooking her family and her dog. (commas)
“Husker Du, 3/21.” Period Three – Test #6.
- Ponyboy was very ____ after Johnny cut his hair. a) smolder b) circumvent c) reminisce d) sullen e) siege f) defunct
- flashback : reveals :: _____ : foreshadows a) smolder b) circumvent c) reminisce d) sullen e) siege f) defunct g) exploit h) delirious i) premonition
- In this class, KBARR is _____ to your grade. You cannot pass without doing KBARR. a) initiative b) radical c) attain d) crucial e) extend f) strategy g) cite h) research
- We _____(ed) all the options before choosing one. a) initiative b) radical c) attain d) crucial e) extend f) strategy g) cite h) research
- Five times in a row the boys rode the roller coaster. a) Fragment b) Run-On c) Complete Sentence
“Husker Du, 3/21.” Period Five – Test 19.
- Since Jenni ate the hot dog, she got sick. a) independent b) dependent c) not a clause
- Jack was much quicker than the llama was. a) independent b) dependent c) not a clause
- Joe ate the hot dog even though the llama told him not to. a) independent b) dependent c) not a clause
- True/False Dependent clauses usually begin with words such as and, but, or.
- When Vladek first gets out of the POW camp, his brother-in-law, Wolfe, not too worried about the way things are for the Jews and the family. Why? a) He has a plan for escape. b) He doesn’t believe the stories of the camps. c) He thinks the war will be over soon. d) He has plenty of money. e) NOTA
What are the three most significant changes so far in the movie version of the story? Are they + , – or neutral regarding the story?