207 10th TEST #1 2014

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1.
2 points
Everyday Use
Why do Dee and Mama disagree?
2.
2 points
Searching For Summer
Tom and Lily decide to stay in Molesworth because...
3.
2 points
Vocabulary
What does indomitable mean?
4.
2 points
Vocabulary
The doctrine you follow is your
5.
2 points
Searching For Summer
What makes the cottage so special for Tom and Lily?
6.
2 points
Searching For Summer
Why do people laugh when Tom and Lily say they want to find a sunny place to spend their honeymoon?
7.
2 points
Everyday Use
Which of the following can you infer about Maggie?
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2 points
Everyday Use
The end of the story suggests that Maggie
9.
2 points
Vocabulary
What is the meaning of rudimentary ?
10.
2 points
Vocabulary
A voluble person is
11.
2 points
Searching For Summer
Lily wears a yellow dress for her wedding because
12.
2 points
Searching For Summer
Which phrase best describes the mood at the cottage?
13.
2 points
Vocabulary
Wizened means
14.
2 points
Searching For Summer
The very end of the story suggests that Tom and Lily will
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2 points
Vocabulary
To recompose means to
16.
2 points
Everyday Use
Which inference can you make about Dee?
17.
2 points
Vocabulary
What does furtive mean?
18.
2 points
Everyday Use
Dee doesn’t want to bring her friends to Mama’s house because
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2 points
Vocabulary
To commiserate means to be
20.
2 points
Everyday Use
Dee wants the old family quilts because
21.
2 points
Everyday Use
Mama gives the quilts to Maggie because she
22.
2 points
Everyday Use
What is the conflict between Dee and Maggie over?
23.
2 points
Searching For Summer
Why are Tom and Lily looking for a sunny place?
24.
2 points
Everyday Use
Which inference can you make about Maggie from the following description?
“‘How do I look, Mama?’ Maggie says, showing just enough of her thin body enveloped in pink skirt and red blouse for me to know she’s there, almost hidden by the door.”
25.
2 points
Everyday Use
Based on the following description of Dee, which inference can you make about her?
“She used to read to us without pity; forcing words, lies, other folks’ habits, whole lives upon us two, sitting trapped and ignorant underneath her voice.”