Test #4. Name:                                                                                         Date:                              Period: 
KBARR: ___/35         Vocabulary Homework: ___/20
NVA: ___/9  ___/9 ___/9    Vocab Practices: ___/13  ___/12  ___/12
Other Extra Credit: 

Mental Floss

Vocabulary.  a) dogged  b) indignant  c) conducive  d) wistful  e) implore  f) subside  g) acquit  h) leery  i) gorge  j) bluff
  1. fear : panic :: ask : _____ 
  2. I was _____ when Dad blamed me for breaking the lamp instead of my sister.
  3. Pony was _____ when he thought of what life was like when his parents were alive. 
  4. inventive : resourceful :: suspicious : ______  
  5. I waited until Mom’s anger ___(ed), and then asked for forgiveness.  
  6. I tried to ______ my way out of trouble, but Mom wasn't buying my excuses.  
  7. "Johnny and I _____(ed) ourselves on barbecue sandwiches and banana splits."
  8. A savvy person is usually ______ of a deal that looks too good to be true.
  9. Moisture and heat help create an environment _____ to the growth of bacteria

    NVA. For a brief moment, Jimmy stupidly thought he could fly like a graceful bird across the blue sky.
  10. moment.  a) noun  b) verb  c) adjective  d) NOTA
  11. stupidly.  a) noun  b) verb  c) adjective  d) NOTA
  12. fly.  a) noun  b) verb  c) adjective  d) NOTA
  13. brief.  a) noun  b) verb  c) adjective  d) NOTA

    SAWs.     a) controversy  b) justify  c) perspective  d) bias  e) debate
  14. If you want me to accept your answer, you had better be able to ____ it with evidence.
  15. In Ponyboy’s hometown of Tulsa, Oklahoma, there is a ____ against greasers.
  16. The Outsiders is told from Ponyboy's _____.

    Husker Du?
  17. we    a) 1st person  b) 2nd person  c) 3rd person  d) 4th person
  18. "...sometimes seemed "hardly human..."   a) Johnny  b) Darry  c) Steve  d) Two-Bit  e) Dally
    Outsiders. Open book.
  19. Pony says that he and Johnny get along so well because they can really talk to each other.  a) True  b) False
  20. "Just don't forget that some of us watch the sunset too." Who's talking to whom?  a) Pony to Johnny  b) Pony to the Socs  c) Johnny to Cherry  d) Cherry to Pony  e) Pony to Cherry
  21. "Just don't forget that some of us watch the sunset too."  What is he/she talking about?  a) Why the Socs are the way they are - aloof.  b) How pretty the sunset is.  c) How greasers and Socs aren't all that different.  d) How the greasers feel too much.  e) All of the above.  f) NOTA
  22. Why is Darry really so upset with Pony for getting home so late?  a) Pony could get jumped again.  b) Darry could get arrested.  c) They don't have the money to get Pony out of jail.  d) The family might be split up.  e) Because of the cops' attitude about greasers.  f) NOTA
  23. Why does Johnny say that he "almost likes it better when the old man is hitting me"?   a) "It just ain't the same."  b) ..."sometimes we get along okay..."  c) "At least then I know he knows who I am."  d) "At least you got Soda."  e) NOTA
  24. "I was wrong." (p52)   a) flashback  b) dream sequence  c) irony  d) foreshadowing  e) NOTA
  25. Why do we not see Johnny stab Bob the Soc?  a) Pony is a 3rd person narrator and didn't see it.  b) S.E. Hinton wanted to make it more dramatic.  c) It's sadder that way.  d) Pony is a 1st person narrator and didn't see it.  e) The book company wouldn't let them show that in 1967.   f) NOTA
  26. The Socs' reaction when Johnny stabbed Bob illustrates Pony's distinction between ___ and ___.  a) packs and social clubs  b)  a social club and the greasers  c) a pack and a gang  d) brothers and  gangs  e) NOTA
  27. This reaction shows that the Socs are really a... a) family  b) social club  c) gang  d) team  e) pack   f) NOTA
  28. The early death of Hank Williams was a great loss to the music world.  a) TRUE  b) False
    Plot. Use your notes.
  29. The part of the story where Johnny stabbed Bob would be considered the ________ of the story.  a) exposition  b) inciting incident  c) rising action  d) climax  e) resolution
  30. The part of the story where the author explains who the characters are and what their situation is.   a) plot  b) conflict  c) exposition  d) inciting incident  e) climax
  31. Usually the longest part of the story, where most of the action occurs. ______.  a) exposition  b) inciting incident  c) rising action  d) climax  e) resolution