Why might this be bad?
Tomorrow’s Test: Husker Du (Test #8), Vocab, Poem #435, E-Men.
“Husker Du, 4/12.”
a) intrigue b) benevolent c) apprehensive d) wheedle e) sift f) transgression g) aghast h) ebb
- “Why don’t you get a job?” asked Steve. “What?” Two-Bit was ___ “And ruin my rep?”
- I found your story _______(ing), but finally unbelievable.
- The fan _____(ed) her way into the sold-out concert by flirting with the security guard.
- The candidate’s popularity ______(ed) as scandal after scandal about him was uncovered.
- _____ llama was selected for the fair. a) Charles’ b) Charles’s c) Charle’s d) NOTA
- The deaths of Johnny and Dally. a) exposition b) rising action c) inciting incident d) climax e) falling action f) resolution
- When we find out that the book is Ponyboy’s essay. a) exposition b) rising action c) inciting incident d) climax e) falling action f) resolution
“Vocab, 4/12.” Each word is used once. #2 is not disposition. #6 is not conglomeration.
“The Earth Men.” Test Preview Questions.
- Emily Dickinson felt that “the Majority” always prevailed on the question of…
- What does the captain say that finally makes Mr. Aaa stop and listen to him?
- What is it the Earth men want from the Martians?
- Even though it doesn’t really have anything to do with the story, Ray Bradbury spends time describing a mechanical spider toy that the little girl plays with. What’s the point?
- It turns out that the line of work a Martian needs to be in to welcome Earth men is…
- What is our climax?
- What is our falling action?
- What is our resolution? Why does the story end with a weather report?