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    34 11th - 12th 11th - 12th English

    Justin Ferriere 4 years

    10 Qs

    1. Multiple-choice 30 seconds 5 pts

    Q. What can the audience infer from Judge Hathorne's questioning of Martha Corey at the beginning of Act III?

    answer choices

    The court is determined to uncover the truth at any cost.

    Martha Corey's love of reading is the source of the accusations against her.

    The court presumes that anyone accused of witchcraft is guilty.

    Even the most respected citizens have come under suspicion.

    2. Multiple-choice 30 seconds 5 pts

    Q. What is Proctor's main purpose in bringing Mary Warren to court?

    answer choices

    to strengthen her character

    to discredit Reverend Parris

    to get revenge on Abigail

    to save his wife from condemnation

    3. Multiple-choice 30 seconds 5 pts

    Q. Which character uses the logical fallacy ad hominem, making personal attacks on the integrity of witnesses?

    answer choices Herrick Parris Danforth Hathorne 4. Multiple-choice 30 seconds 5 pts

    Q. Which type of character is represented by Ezekiel Cheever?

    answer choices

    the naive witness who harms others by cooperating in an unjust process

    the witness who uses the investigation as an instrument of personal vengeance

    the witness who suffers for his refusal to incriminate others

    the public figure who misuses the power of office

    5. Multiple-choice 30 seconds 5 pts

    Q. What motivates Hale's attempt to intervene on behalf of Proctor?

    answer choices

    Hale's admiration for the Proctors

    Hale's commitment to seeking the truth

    Hale's questioning of Danforth's integrity

    Hale's dislike of Parris

    6. Multiple-choice 30 seconds 5 pts Q.

    What development causes Mary Warren to recant her confession and rejoin Abigail and the other girls?

    answer choices

    John Proctor's confession of his relationship with Abigail

    Judge Danforth's persistent questions

    the confusion about Elizabeth Proctor's "poppets"

    Abigail's pretending to be attacked by Mary's spirit

    7. Multiple-choice 45 seconds 5 pts Q.

    Why is the phrase "out of her infinite charity" in the following passage an example of verbal irony?

    Mary Warren, screaming at him: No I love God; I go your way no more. I love God, I bless God. Sobbing, she rushes to Abigail. Abby, Abby I'll never hurt you more! They all watch, as Abigail, our of her infinite charity, reaches out and draws the sobbing Mary to her, and then looks up to Danforth.

    answer choices

    It contradicts the audience's knowledge about Abigail's true nature.

    It presents a piece of information of which the audience is not aware.

    It empasizes Abigail's ability to be forgiving under stress.

    It reveals Abigail's weakening condition.

    8. Multiple-choice 30 seconds 5 pts Q.

    Which of the following pairs of categories would be the least useful way of classifying the characters in The Crucible?

    answer choices

    Christian and non-Christians

    accusers and accused

    believers in witchcraft and nonbelievers in witchcraft

    liars and truth tellers

    9. Multiple-choice 20 seconds 5 pts Q.

    A contentious person is someone who is prone to:

    answer choices helpfulness disagreements laziness accidents 10. Multiple-choice 30 seconds 5 pts Q.

    Which of the following would be most typical of an author who craves anonymnity?

    answer choices

    He appears frequently on television talk shows.

    His picture appears on the back cover of his books.

    He delivers numerous public lectures throughout the year.

    He writes under a pseudonym (false name).

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    What is Proctor's main purpose in bringing Mary Warren to court in Act III of The Crucible?

    to save his wife from condemnation

    In Act III of The Crucible, what happens as a result of Proctor's submission of the written testament of people who support the accused women?

    Danforth orders arrest warrants drawn up so that they can be examined.

    In Act III, which character employs arguments that are merely personal attacks on the integrity of witnesses?

    Parris

    Which factor most clearly explains Hale's attempt to intervene on behalf of Proctor in Act III of The Crucible?

    Hale's commitment to the truth

    In Act III of The Crucible, what causes Mary Warren to recant her confession and rejoin Abigail and the other girls?

    Abigail's pretending to be attacked by the yellow bird

    Which of the following best describes a person who feels remorseless?

    The person feels no pity or mercy.

    effrontery shameless boldness callously harshly

    What does proctor mean when he says,"********s our kind especially,and we will burn, we will burn together?"

    people who commit wrongs knowingly are the most guilty of all.

    In Act III of The Crucible, when Francis Nurse is horrified at Proctor's confession of adultery with Abigail, Proctor says, "Oh. Francis, I wish you had some evil in you that you might know me!" Which of the following best explains his meaning?

    He wishes that Nurse had flaws that would help him understand and forgive flaws in others.

    Which inference about Judge Hathorne's personality is best supported by the way he questions Martha Corey at the beginning of Act III of The Crucible?

    He is dogmatic and seems to presume that an accusation of witchcraft is proof of guilt.

    What does the indirect characterization in Act III of The Crucible suggest most clearly about Ezekiel Cheever's personality?

    He is a self-promoting person who misuses his authority.

    action of fear terror panic

    In Act III of The Crucible, when Francis Nurse tells the judges that the girls are frauds, Hathorne exclaims, "This is contempt, sir, contempt!" Which of the following sentences best explains why Hathorne's remark is an example of dramatic irony?

    Hathorne believes that he is right, but the audience knows that he is wrong and that his misjudgment will have deadly repercussions.

    In the following excerpt from Act III of The Crucible, why is the phrase out of her infinite charity, which appears in the stage directions, an example of verbal irony?

    Mary Warren, screaming at him: No, I love God; I go your way no more. I love God. I bless God. Sobbing, she rushes to ABIGAIL. Abby, Abby, I'll never hurt you more! They all watch, as ABIGAIL, out of her infinite charity, reaches out and draws the sobbing MARY to her, and then looks up to DANFORTH.

    It describes the opposite of Abigail's true nature to emphasize her falseness.

    How does Mary Warren's behavior at the end of Act III of The Crucible most clearly help create dramatic irony?

    Members of the court believe her, but the audience knows that she is lying.

    Which of the following synonyms is most appropriate to describe a person whose mind and heart are concentrated on one idea to the exclusion of everything else?

    obsessed

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