English Homework Help?

November 14, 2011 by  
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been having alot of family problems lately and got behind on work, you anyone could help meout about godbless…
10. The speaker in the poem from Auden’s “The Ten Songs” is trying to flee from (1 point)
police.
Hitler.
memories.
floods.
11. How does Dante feel about the journey he’s about to take with Virgil? (1 point)
worse than before he talked with Virgil
better now that he’s talked with Virgil
unsure
excited
12. In “First Confession,” the author adds to the interest of the story by using (1 point)
European idioms.
common phrases.
short, highlighted sentences.
Irish dialect.
13. In “Do Not Go Gentle into That Good Night,” Dylan Thomas repeatedly uses images of (1 point)
light
death
sorrow
happiness
14. “Eyes are windows to the soul” is an example of (1 point)
personification
simile
metaphor
irony
15. An aba cbc dd pattern is an example of (1 point)
alphabetical order
rhyme scheme
meter
sonnet form
16. A writer’s voice is best shown through (1 point)
tone, style, and organization
plot, characters, and setting
style, punctuation, and dialogue
poetry, short stories, and novels
17. An indirect reference to another literary work is called a(n) (1 point)
allusion
symbol
personification
villanelle
True or False
18. The priest in “First Confession” tells Jackie he should follow his sister Nora’s good example. (1 point)
true
false
19. Seamus Heaney wrote “Clearances” in memory of his mother. (1 point)
true
false
20. Federico García Lorca compares the guitar to a wounded heart. (1 point)
true
false
21. In “The Lovesong of J. Alfred Prufrock,” T. S. Eliot deliberately uses old-fashioned poetic language. (1 point)
true
false
For questions 22–25, identify the underlined phrase in each sentence
22. According to the letter, the wedding is June 25th. (1 point)
prepositional
participial
gerund
infinitive
23. Mikayla’s homeroom teacher, Mr. Jones, is very proud of her. (1 point)
participial
gerund
appositive
prepositional
24. Henry’s desire to win is obvious. (1 point)
gerund
infinitive
prepositional
participial
25. Talking is not allowed in class. (1 point)
prepositional
gerund
appositive
infinitive
For question 26, determine if the sentence contains a misplaced modifier, dangling modifier, or if it is correct.
26. Josie’s project was a failure, having not prepared properly. (1 point)
misplaced modifier
dangling modifier
correct

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