Test #7. Name:                                                                             Date:                                    Period:

Vocabulary.  a) adversary  b) aplomb  c) banish  d) grueling  e) perceive  f) disdain  g) dispel   h) engross   i) diminish  j) exhilarate
  1. She has a great _____ for companies that mistreat their workers and boycotts their products.
  2. The root origins of this word meant “curse and proclamation.” ________
  3. She speaks both French and German with equal ______. She’s never nervous about it.
  4. The root origin of this word meant “cheerful.” __________
  5. One of the themes of The Outsiders is that what you ______ is not necessarily what the reality is.
  6. The amount of crime _____(ed) when police started patrolling the neighborhood more often.
  7. The root origin of this word meant “turned against.”  ________
  8. The root origin of this word meant”balanced and straight and true.” ______
  9. Which word best captures the Soc’s attitude  (attitude!toward the greasers? ____
  10. A dependent clause used as a sentence is called a...   a) a phrase   b) a fragment  c) a run-on  d) a subordinate clause  e) NOTA
  11. Two independent cluases improperly joined into one is called a... a) a phrase   b) a fragment  c) a run-on  d) a subordinate clause  e) NOTA
  12. A clause must contain... a) a subject and a verb  b) a conjunction and a noun  c) a verb and a conjunction  d) a noun, a verb and a conjunction  e) a phrase   f) NOTA
  13. Good writing contains more _____ sentences.  a) simple  b) compound  c) complex  d) short  e) long
  14. Since my llama left me, I've found a new place to dwell.  a) I  b) D  c) I + D  d) D + I
  15. Because Zoltan forgot his wallet, he couldn't buy broccoli.  a) I  b) D  c) I + D  d) D + I
  16. If you leave a llama alone for at least six months.  a) I  b) D  c) I + D  d) D + I
  17. The llama climbed slowly up the very steep hill with a duck on his head.   a) I  b) D  c) I + D  d) D + I
  18. The llama read a magazine about raising rabbits.  a) I  b) D  c) I + D  d) D + I
  19. Rudolpho was upset although his mom made his favorite shnitzel. a) I  b) D  c) I + D  d) D + I

  20. The fact that Johnny is getting more out of the book they’re reading than Pony, even though Pony is the “smart” one, is an example of irony.  a) True  b) False
  21. Who said? "I can't believe little old Johnny could kill somebody."  a) Pony  b) Dally  c) Soda  d) Darry  e) Two-Bit   f) NOTA
  22. This person is commenting on the irony of that.  a) True  b) False
  23. Dally getting hauled in for the murder he didn't do is an example of irony.  a) True  b) False
  24. What do we learn about Dally when he talks to Johnny about jail? (p89-90)  a) Dally is proud of his past.  b) Dally is cold and mean.  c) Dally has jail savvy.  d) Dally cares about something.  e) That the greasers "get it worse than anyone."   f) NOTA
  25. Why would Johnny be “having the time of his life” in the church? (p92)  a) He wants to pay back for what he did to Bob.  b) He feels needed for the first time.  c) He likes little kids.  d) He thinks the cops will go easy on him.  e) He secretly wants to die.   f) NOTA
  26. When Pony asks about Dally and Johnny, and Jerry Wood “studies his wedding ring,” what’s going on?  (p95)  a) He’s thinking about his wife.  b) It’s still hot from the fire.  c) It’s stuck, and painful, so he pauses to adjust it.  d) He’s stalling, trying to think of how to break the news.  e) NOTA
  27. When does Pony say was the first time he ever saw Johnny without that defeated look on his face?  a) When he announced he was turning himself in.  b) When Dally talked about jail.  c) When Dally acted concerned about him.  d) In the burning church.  e) Talking about Gone with the Wind.  f) NOTA
  28. Johnny's behavior (not scared, having fun, very decisive) inside the burning church is both  ironic and not ironic.  a) True  b) False