Very easy english quiz

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Has to be done well. The list below are the topics that will be covered on the quiz.

1. "Song"-John Donne

2. "A Valediction"-John Donne

3. "Holy Sonnet 10"- John Donne

4. "Meditation XVII"-John Donne

5. "On my First Son" Ben Johnson

6. "Still to be neat, still to be dressed" Ben Johnson

7. "Song to Celia" Ben Johnson

8. "To His Coy Mistress" Andrew Marvell

9. "To the Virgins, to Make Much of Time" Robert Herrick

10. "Song: Why so pale and wan fond lover" Sir John Suckling

11. "Sonnet 7" John Milton

12. "Sonnet 19" John Milton

13. "The Pilgrims Progress" John Bunyan

This seems like a lot of reading but they are all mostly short poems. All of these are covered on the test. Please let me know if you have any trouble.

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Unit 5 Evaluation Twelfth Grade English 1 ENGH 043 060 This evaluation will cover the lessons in this unit. It is open book, meaning you can use your textbook, syllabus, and other course materials. You will need to understand, analyze, and apply the information you have learned in order to answer the questions correctly. To submit the evaluation, follow the directions in your online course. Part A: Multiple-Choice Select the best answer for each question. _____ 1. What are two subjects of John Donne’s “Song”? a. b. c. d. _____ 2. In Donne’s “Song,” why is the phrase “unkindly kind” paradoxical? a. b. c. d. _____ It implies that the lover is being kind and cruel at the same time. It repeats itself. It is an exaggerated way of speaking. It has the same meaning as “generous to a fault.” 3. In lines 1–8 of Donne’s “Song,” the speaker a. b. c. d. _____ faith and immortality love and death companionship and marriage friendship and death is relieved to be free from a tortured relationship. weeps because a loved one has died. compares leaving a loved one to dying. is relieved to find that a dream about death did not come true. 4. What is the speaker’s motivation in “A Valediction: Forbidding Mourning”? a. b. c. d. Unit Evaluation 5 to tell his beloved he is dying, and she should mourn him all her life to assure his beloved that death will not change their love to reassure his beloved that although he must leave, she will not miss him to remind his beloved not to forget him while he is gone 1 ENGH 043 _____ 5. Read the following lines from “A Valediction: Forbidding Mourning” and choose the term that best describes them: “Our two souls therefore, which are one, / Though I must go, endure not yet / A breach, but an expansion.” a. b. c. d. _____ conceit paradox conclusion comparison 6. Determine what the speaker is saying in the following lines from “A Valediction: Forbidding Mourning:” “Dull sublunary lovers’ love / (Whose soul is sense) cannot admit / Absence, because it doth remove / Those things which elemented it.” a. b. c. d. _____ People should appreciate earthly love because it is all they can know. Unlike physical love, spiritual love can withstand absence. Love does not need divine approval. No one can experience true love because each person is only a star in the cosmos. 7. In “Meditation 17,” what is meant by the statement “when one man dies, one chapter is not torn out of the book, but translated into a better language”? a. b. c. d. _____ 8. What is the main idea of “Holy Sonnet 10”? a. b. c. d. _____ When we die, we do not cease to exist but instead achieve eternal life. Through our deaths, others learn how to live better lives. The church records both the lives and deaths of its members. If a written record is left of our lives, our lives will have been worthwhile. Believers die but awaken again to eternal life. Death helps people appreciate their lives. Death is a beautiful ending to life. It is easy for anyone to achieve death. 9. Why is the seemingly contradictory phrase “Death, thou shalt die” actually true within the context of “Holy Sonnet 10”? a. b. c. d. The speaker believes he can kill Death. After death, a Christian awakes to eternal life. It is impossible for Death to do anything except die. Death can have no physical existence. _____ 10. In “Holy Sonnet 10,” the speaker says that death is a slave because a. b. c. d. Unit Evaluation 5 he believes he can kill Death. fate, chance, kings, and desperate men control when Death comes. he has mastered Death. Death has control over his comings and goings. 2 ENGH 043 _____ 11. “Meditation 17” compares God to a. b. c. d. an island. a child. a publisher. a bell. _____ 12. According to the argument Donne puts forth in “Meditation 17,” how can one be affected by another’s death? a. All human beings fear death and thus one suffers when another dies. b. Death is powerful and saps strength from all who observe it, never to recover. c. It is obligatory to mourn each time someone dies, so when another dies one cannot move forward. d. Human beings are connected to one another, and all are affected when another dies. _____ 13. Which quotation states the main theme of “Meditation 17”? a. b. c. d. “. . . he for whom this bell tolls may be so ill as that he knows not it tolls for him . . .” “. . . some pieces are translated by age, some by sickness, some by war. . . .” “Any man’s death diminishes me because I am involved in mankind. . . .” “Who casts not his eye to the sun when it rises?” _____ 14. What is the main idea of “On My First Son”? a. b. c. d. The speaker recalls the frustrations of raising a son. The speaker remembers his father’s love. The speaker mourns the death of his son. The speaker celebrates his son’s birth. _____ 15. In “On My First Son,” what does the speaker describe as his best piece of poetry? a. b. c. d. his imagination his wishes for the future a book of poetry his son _____ 16. In “On My First Son,” what does the speaker mean when he says, “My sin was too much hope of thee, loved boy”? a. b. c. d. Unit Evaluation 5 He regrets how he treated his son. His sin was in wanting too much for his son. He is sorry for disappointing his son. He wishes he had trusted his son more. 3 ENGH 043 _____ 17. Determine what the speaker means in the following quotation from “Still to Be Neat:” “Robes loosely flowing, hair as free; / Such sweet neglect more taketh me / Than all th’ adulteries of art.” a. b. c. d. He prefers a more natural woman to one who is always groomed. A woman who does not care about her appearance is difficult to find. Although it takes effort, a woman should not neglect her appearance. A woman who is not properly dressed appears wrong somehow. _____ 18. Determine what the speaker means in the following quotation from “Still to Be Neat”? “Lady, it is to be presumed, / Though art’s hid causes are not found / All is not sweet, all is not sound.” a. b. c. d. Most women only take such care for special occasions. The woman has spent hours making herself beautiful. Dressing and makeup can tire a woman. Perfect makeup and grooming cover flaws. _____ 19. What is the theme of “Song: To Celia”? a. b. c. d. the anguish of love the pleasures of love True love grows. Love causes people to change. _____ 20. Why do you think Jonson wrote “Song: To Celia”? a. b. c. d. to show that love is not important. to describe an effort to win a lover's affection. to forget the pain of being rejected. to show how foolish he had been in his youth. _____ 21. What does carpe diem mean? a. b. c. d. Live for tomorrow. Prepare for death. Seize the day. Life is long. _____ 22. Determine what the speaker means in the following quotation from “To His Coy Mistress:” “But at my back I always hear / Time’s winged chariot hurrying near.” a. b. c. d. Unit Evaluation 5 Rivals may soon win his mistress’s heart. He is rushing to meet another woman. Death is approaching quickly. His mistress will soon accept his love. 4 ENGH 043 _____ 23. Determine the meaning of the flower in these lines from “To the Virgins, to Make Much of Time:” “And this same flower that smiles today / Tomorrow will be dying.” a. b. c. d. death life friendship happiness _____ 24. Determine the speaker’s attitude in these lines from Sir John Suckling’s “Song:” “If of herself she will not love, / Nothing can make her: / The devil take her!” a. b. c. d. confidence frustration sadness guilty _____ 25. Whom is the speaker addressing in Suckling’s “Song”? a. b. c. d. a young man who is in love an old man who is dying an older woman in love his beloved wife _____ 26. At the end of Suckling’s “Song,” what is the speaker’s attitude toward his subject? a. b. c. d. humorous encouraging sorrowful scolding _____ 27. What is one of the main ideas of “Sonnet VII” (“How soon hath Time”)? a. b. c. d. People cannot change their fates. People should try to use their talents. People mature at different rates. God does not care what jobs we do. _____ 28. Determine the meaning of these lines from “Sonnet VII” (“How soon hath Time”): “Perhaps my semblance might deceive the truth, / That I to manhood am arrived so near, / And inward ripeness doth much less appear.” a. b. c. d. Unit Evaluation 5 I do not mean to lie to you, but I am almost a man. I have a great talent that you have not seen yet. It is impossible to deceive you by claiming I am older than I look. I may appear to be a man, but I am not yet mentally mature. 5 ENGH 043 _____ 29. What is the best statement of the theme of “Sonnet XIX (When I consider how my light is spent)”? a. b. c. d. No matter what happens, people cannot give up on dreams. A person does not have to achieve great things to serve God. God’s angels care for people who cannot care for themselves. God expects all believers to serve him with respect. _____ 30. What problem does the speaker examine in “Sonnet XIX (When I consider how my light is spent)”? a. b. c. d. how to overcome his blindness how to bear the burden of his blindness how to pray as a blind person how to do his work as a blind person _____ 31. What is the central theme of the excerpt from Paradise Lost that you read? a. b. c. d. the fall of the first man and woman the creation of Hell the conflict between good and evil faith in God _____ 32. How did Satan come to rule in Hell, according to Paradise Lost? a. b. c. d. He betrayed Beelzebub. He led a rebellion against God. He wanted his own realm. He was punished for deceiving humans. _____ 33. Which characteristic of epic poetry is found in Paradise Lost? a. b. c. d. The poem is written in rhymed couplets. The poem began as an oral tale. The story begins in the middle of the action. It describes events in strict chronological order. _____ 34. In Paradise Lost, what does Satan vow to do as he sits in Hell? a. b. c. d. Unit Evaluation 5 to forget about God forever to seek forgiveness from God to deceive Adam and Eve to create evil out of all good 6 ENGH 043 _____ 35. Based on the opening line of the selection you read from The Pilgrim’s Progress, what can you infer about what follows? a. b. c. d. The characters will have nothing but trouble. The setting is near a forest. The characters will never get out of the bog. It is all a dream. _____ 36. In The Pilgrim’s Progress, what is the allegorical significance of the Slough of Despond? a. b. c. d. It represents obstacles in the path to Christian salvation. It represents a geographical feature in northern England. It represents any difficulty in life. It represents financial setbacks. _____ 37. In The Pilgrim’s Progress, Christian is carrying a burden. What does that burden symbolize? a. b. c. d. any luggage that a person might carry the burden of sin or guilt on the soul the responsibilities of raising a family all the material goods that people strive for _____ 38. In The Pilgrim’s Progress, how would you describe Pliable’s attitude toward salvation? a. b. c. d. He is willing to do anything to achieve it. If it requires too much effort, he is not interested. He is interested not only for himself, but he wants to help others, too. He would work hard for it if others would work hard, too. _____ 39. What does the Wicket Gate in The Pilgrim’s Progress symbolize? a. b. c. d. barriers to happiness garden entrances the gates of heaven the River Styx _____ 40. In The Pilgrim’s Progress, when Help refers to “the steps,” what does he mean? a. b. c. d. Unit Evaluation 5 pathways to salvation and grace stairs cut into the ground beneath the slough flat rocks forming a pathway near the slough other people who would have offered help 7 ENGH 043 Part B: True and False Determine whether each statement is true or false. _____ 41. A compass is used metaphorically in “A Valediction: Forbidding Mourning” to represent those without a spiritual kind of love. a. true b. false _____ 42. A reoccurring symbol in “Meditation 17” is a church bell. a. true b. false _____ 43. The speaker in “Still to Be Neat” says that those who concentrate only on their appearances appeal to him but do not touch his heart. a. true b. false _____ 44. The speaker in “To His Coy Mistress” is trying to urge his love to accept his proposal of marriage. a. true b. false _____ 45. The speaker in “To the Virgins, to Make Much of Time” believes that youth is the best time to find love. a. true b. false _____ 46. In Paradise Lost, Satan rebukes Beelzebub for his perceived weakness. a. true b. false _____ 47. In Paradise Lost, the character of Satan suggests that it is better to be a servant in Heaven than to be stuck in Hell. a. true b. false _____ 48. In The Pilgrim’s Progress, the Slough of Despond has been ordered to be repaired. a. true b. false Unit Evaluation 5 8 ENGH 043 _____ 49. In The Pilgrim’s Progress, the characters have symbolic names in allegorical fashion. a. true b. false _____ 50. Depression and hopelessness are human emotions represented by the Slough of Despond in The Pilgrim’s Progress. a. true b. false Carefully check your answers on this evaluation and make any corrections you feel are necessary. When you are satisfied that you have answered the questions to the best of your ability, transfer your answers to an answer sheet. Please refer to the information sheet that came with your course materials. 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b. love and death
a. It implies that the lover is being kind and cruel at the same time.
c. compares leaving a loved one to dying. assure his beloved that death will not change their...

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