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English II Spring 2016 Final Exam Study Guide

English II Spring 2016
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Christina Whelehon

on 8 December 2015

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Transcript of English II Spring 2016 Final Exam Study Guide

Sample Grammar Usage Questions
Test Breakdown
Mrs. Whelehon's English II
Final Exam Study Guide

Sample Literary Terms Questions
Don't Forget!
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Part One:
12 Literary Terms
Questions
Identify the literary term that best describes each example
Part Two: 5 Reading Comprehension Questions
You will be asked a series of questions related to the annotated read "Theme for English B" by Langston Hughes.
Part Three: 5 Reading Comprehension Questions
You will be given a "cold read" (a text you have not read before) and will be asked a series of questions related to the passage.
Part Four: 10 Grammar Questions
You will be given four sentences and must choose which sentence is grammatically correct.
32 Multiple
Choice
Questions
1. Mercutio from Romeo and Juliet: “Tis but a scratch…” (referring to his death wound).

A. Simile B. Metaphor C. Tone
D. Understatement

2. Madame Schachter screams "Fire!" on the cattle car in Elie Wiesel's Night.

A. Foreshadowing
B. Metaphor C. Tone D. Theme

3. “I got home from work today…I took a hundred hour nap.”

A. Simile B. Irony
C. Hyperbole
D. Slang

4. Martin Luther King Jr. compares himself to the Apostle Paul in his "Letter From Birmingham Jail."

A. Imagery
B. Allusion
C. Foreshadowing D. Personification

5. “I like
to run
,
to swim
, and
to bike
.”

A. Simile B. Metaphor
C. Parallel Structure
D. Imagery

6. A diabetic candy shop owner.
A. Irony
B. Personification C. Parallelism D. Imagery
1. Select the sentence that is grammatically correct in spelling, punctuation, and structure.

A. After the Oakville football team wins the game, we will go back to the school for the dance.

B. After the Oakville football team wins the game we will go back to the school for the dance.

C. After the Oakville Football Team wins the game we will go back to the school for the dance.

D. After the Oakville Football Team wins the game, we will go back to the school, for the dance.

2. Select the sentence that is grammatically correct in spelling, punctuation, and structure.
A. The opinion of all of my teachers are that I am smart.

B. My car is really fast, and it can beat there hunk of junk any day.

C. The purpose of education is to teach students how to succeed in his life.

D. Gandhi often spoke of love for others and equality among the religions.
How to Annotate a Poem
Read and annotate "Theme For English B" by Langston Hughes
Study Guide
Full transcript