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Unit Evaluation 5 1 ENGH 043
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. faith and immortality
b. love and death
c. companionship and marriage
d. friendship and death
2. In Donne’s “Song,” why is the phrase “unkindly kind” paradoxical?
a. It implies that the lover is being kind and cruel at the same time.
b. It repeats itself.
c. It is an exaggerated way of speaking.
d. It has the same meaning as “generous to a fault.”
3. In lines 1–8 of Donne’s “Song,” the speaker
a. is relieved to be free from a tortured relationship.
b. Weeps because a loved one has died.
c. compares leaving a loved one to dying.
d. 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. to tell his beloved he is dying, and she should mourn him all her life
b. to assure his beloved that death will not change their love
c. to reassure his beloved that although he must leave, she will not miss him
d. to remind his beloved not to forget him while he is gone
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. conceit
b. paradox

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c. conclusion
d. 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. People should appreciate earthly love because it is all they can know.
b. Unlike physical love, spiritual love can withstand absence.
c. Love does not need divine approval.
d. 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. When we die, we do not cease to exist but instead achieve eternal life.
b. Through our deaths, others learn how to live better lives.
c. The church records both the lives and deaths of its members.
d. If a written record is left of our lives, our lives will have been worthwhile.
8. What is the main idea of “Holy Sonnet 10”?
a. Believers die but awaken again to eternal life.
b. Death helps people appreciate their lives.
c. Death is a beautiful ending to life.
d. 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. The speaker believes he can kill Death.
b. After death, a Christian awakes to eternal life.
c. It is impossible for Death to do anything except die.
d. Death can have no physical existence.
10. In “Holy Sonnet 10,” the speaker says that death is a slave because
a. he believes he can kill Death.
b.fate, chance, kings, and desperate men control when Death comes.
c he has mastered Death.
d Death has control over his comings and goings.

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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. faith and immortality love and death companionship and marriage friendship and death 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. 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”? 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 5. Rea ...
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