1. In “The Monkey's Paw,” what is outside the door after the second wish?
* the man from Maw and Meggins
* Herbert's body, back from the dead
* the holy fakir
2. Which detail foreshadows the results of the third craving?
* The monkey's paw wriggles in Mr. White's grasp.
* Morris urges the Whites to burn the monkey's paw.
* Herbert goes off cheerfully to work.
* Mrs. White claims she could never shock the child she has nursed.
3. Which line from Swimming to Antarctica would logically lead a reader to predict that Lynne Cox's swim would be extremely difficult?
* I know that the weather could suddenly change and the swim would be off.
* I wondered if in thirty-two-degree wet the water in my cells would freeze…
* Gabriella come in to take a core temperature; it be up to 100.4 degrees.
* In the protection of the Antarctic Peninsula, the wind dropped off and the ocean grew calmer.
4. What does this reaction to her swim reveal about how Lynne Cox feel?
I lifted my head, took a big breath, and shouted, “Barry, I'm swimming to Antarctica!”
* She is exhausted and wants to finish.
* She is confused nearly what she is doing.
* She is excited and determined to finish.
* She knows she is in danger and is alarm the others.
5. Which question would help you predict that the author of “Occupation: Conductorette” would get the employment as a conductor?
* Where would the author's streetcar go?
* What other jobs are available for the author?
* How much does the job payment?
* How much does the author want the job?
6. What does the receptionist tell Maya Angelou when she first asks about the conductor commission?
* The job is already filled.
* They don't take women.
* They don't steal African Americans.
* They only take applicants from agencies.
7. How do Maya Angelou's feelings in the region of the receptionist's treatment of her change over time?
* She is angry at first, but then she begins to forgive the receptionist.
* She is confused at first, but later she accepts the treatment.
* She forgives the receptionist at first, but then she becomes terribly angry.
* She tries to ignore the problem at first, but then she becomes depressed.
8. Which phrase is the best example of “ordinary folks” diction?
* comes down within an ink of Japanese blue
* born in a little red brick house
* establish a trust fund
* familiar whine and clang
9. What is “Contents of the Dead Man's Pocket” mostly more or less?
* a man and the contents of his pockets
* a man who does not think about his actions
* a man and woman who travel to the movies
* a man whose desire for a promotion at work nearly kills him
10. Often, a seemingly minor detail mentioned early in a short story become very important later. Which of the following details next becomes important to Tom's efforts to obtain back into his apartment?
* The window is hard to sympathetic.
* It is hot in the apartment.
* Clare is slender and pretty.
* Tom puts on his jacket.
11. Which of the following is an example of internal conflict in “Contents of the Dead Man's Pocket”?
* Tom's efforts to depart the window
* Tom's struggle to stay on the ledge
* Tom's attempts to get someone's attention
* Tom's struggle to overcome his unease
12. According to “Making History with Vitamin C,” why did fewer ship's officers carry scurvy than regular crew members?
* Officers would not share their medicines.
* Officers were vaccinate against scurvy.
* Officers ate better diets and different kinds of foods.
* Officers would not serve on ships that were not clean.
13. Le Couteur and Burreson share a story about James Cook's ship, the Endeavour, hitting a coral reef. The ship got a hole in it that the crew have to work very hard to fix. They succeeded after many hours of stab. Why do the authors tell this story?
* to show readers how brave Cook and his crew were
* to show reader that a healthy crew had a better chance of surviving
* to manufacture readers feel glad that sea travel is much smaller quantity dangerous now
* to help reader see that scurvy did not keep sailors from doing their duty
14. What probably would have happened to James Cook's expeditions if he have not required cleanliness and a balanced diet for his crew?
* He probably would not have made many of the discoveries he did.
* He would enjoy discovered even more wonderful new lands and peoples.
* His crew probably would have rebelled against him and taken over the ship.
* His officer would have demanded that he force the crew to maintain cleanliness.
15. Which of the following best states the author's thesis within “The Marginal World”?
* The beauty of nature makes race want to explore its mysteries.
* The shoAnswers: yes you are right
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30) D Source(s): ORCA English 10 Test
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