Spread the love PROQRAM 40 QUİZ 50 SUAL 60 DƏQİQƏ UĞURLAR Name 1. 0009; The absolute nominative with the adverb construction The gallery door slightly ajar, I could hear the steps of the soldiers I waited, every nerve upon the stretch This time the fish attacked from below. It hurtled up under the woman, jaws agape Tea over, she again summoned us to the fire Her heart full of despair, she could not say a word2. 00025; subject clauses open end test Everything remained as it used to be in this room. It seemed unfair to him that he should suffer more than his wife. Our proposal is that you should join in. It was as though our last meeting was forgotten. It is understood that modern science allows such experiments.3. 00040; The — Period of American Literature covers the time between the founding of the first settlement at Jamestown to the outbreak of the Revolution. The writings of this time focused on religious, practical, or historical themes. Choose the correct option to fill in the gap in the paragraph. Colonial Contemporary The Revolutionary Romantic Realistic and Naturalistic4. 0005; Objective constructions with non-verbals I figured Chimnare for a good student. Everything remained as she left it, the fire still burning. With a yell, he sprang back, a sweat coming on his skin It being late, he bolted the windows. The weather being unusually mild at that time for the season of the year, there was no sleighing5. 00043; “I’ll tell you how the sun rose", “A Route of Evanescence", “Bees are Black with Gilt Surcingles", “Further In Summer Than The Birds”, “Of Bronze and Blaze The Sky Tonight” are some of the popular poems of —. / Choose the correct option to fill in the gap in the paragraph. Edgar Lee Masters Jack London Henry James Emily Dickinson Stephen Crane6. 00034; In the table below American writers and some of their prominent works are matched. Which match is not correct? Alice Walker - The Crying of Lot Mark Twain - The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn John Steinbeck - Of Mice and Men Jack London - The Call of The Wild Stephen Crane Maggie - A Girl of The Streets7. 00033; “Go Tell It on the Mountain” is a semi- autobiographical novel written by —. It focuses on the role of the Christian Church in the lives of African-Americans. It also dwells on racism in the United States. Choose the correct author from the options to complete the blank. James Baldwin Flannery O’Connor Thomas Pynchon John Barth John Updike8. 00031; Which of the following authors did not produce works in the Colonial Period? Stephen Crane Jonathan Edward John Smith Cotton Mather Roger Williams9. 00017; Disjunctive compound sentence Peter is an engineer, while his brother is a musician. It was pitch dark, for the fog had come down from London in the night, and all Surbiton was wrapped in its embraces. So she gave him books, she gave him classics. You can join us at the station, or we can wait for you at home. There was an electric light, only Arthur had not switched it on.10. 00012; Prepositional absolute constructions open end test There they remained, some of them to be entirely forgotten She stood under the tree, her head full of strange ideas He stepped forward, his face red with anger With his head aching from the slap of the bullet and the blood dripping over the ear, he went over to the11. 00024; A predicative clause Our fear was lest we should miss him in the crowd. It seemed unfair to him that he should suffer more than his wife. How wonderful that they should meet at last! (How wonderful it is...) It is understood that modern science allows such experiments.12. 0002; The objective predicative constructions The construction consists of a noun (or a noun-pronoun) in the common case or a personal pronoun in the nominative case and an infinitive. He was seen to enter the building. He is said to know five languages it is the relation. The objective predicative construction functions as a complex object. It consists of a nominal part and a part which stands in subject-predicate relations to the first part.13. 00011; The for-to-infinitive constructions It was practically impossible for them to meet anybody. They marched towards the square, with little flags in their hands All in the room, she called in Aytac With his head aching from the slap of the bullet and the blood dripping over the ear, he went over to the14. 00038; The Color Purple is an epistolary novel written by —. It focuses on the life of coloured women in the southern United States in the 1930s. The novel won the 1983 Pulitzer Prize for Fiction and the National Book Award for Fiction. It was also adapted into a film and musical of the same name. Choose the correct option to fill in the gap in the paragraph. Alice Walker Elizabeth Bishop Richard Wilbur Robert Lowell James Dickey15. 00035; Which of the following statements about The Revolutionary Age is correct? Pessimism, uncertainty, questioning of absolute truths and tradition, moving away from fixed concepts are some of the major characteristics of this period, Fragmentation and perspective gained importance in this period. It witnessed the growth of patriotism and the emergence of national mission and the American character. The unconscious part of human behaviours, drives and motivations and the complexity of human mind were studied in this period. A sense of alienation and vulnerability were observed among the authors.16. 00042; Micheal Wigglesworth, Anne Bradstreet and Edward Taylor are among the famous poets of —. / Choose the correct option to fill in the gap in the paragraph. the Romantic Period the Revolutionary Age the Colonial Period the Realistic and Naturalistic Period the Contemporary Period17. 00010; She stood under the tree, her head full of strange ideas The absolute nominative with the adjective construction Of attendant circumstances The absolute nominative with the adjective construction Of condition The absolute nominative with the adjective construction Of reason The absolute nominative with the adjective construction Of time18. 00028; In the table below American writers and some of their prominent works are matched. Which match is nfll correct? Eudora Welty - The Optimist's Daughter Arthur Miller - Rabbit Run Flannery O'Connor - A Good Man Is Hard To Find John Ashbery - Self-Portrait in a Convex Mirror Gwendolyn Brooks - A Street In Bronzeville19. 00045; Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, Lydia Sigourney, Edgar Allan Poe, Walt Whitman and Emily Dickinson are among the famous poets of -—. / Choose the correct option to fill in the gap in the paragraph. The Revolutionary Age Colonial Period Realistic and Naturalistic Period Contemporary Period Romantic Period20. 00027; Uncle Tom’s Cabinet is one of the greatest antislavery novels in American Literature. The book tells the story of the sale of Uncle Tom and Eliza’s little son Harry from the Kentucky plantation and highlights the iniquity of slavery. It was written by Which of the following authors is the correct option to complete the blank? Walt Whitman Harriett Beecher Stowe Herman Melville Henry David Thoreau Frederick Douglass21. 00013; Prepositional absolute constructions open end test She hurriedly left the room with her eyes red You’ll lose the last minutes, without someone to take care of you He stood there trembling, with his face ablaze A Negro boy lay on the pavement, with his throat cut22. 00044; - The author’s narrative method is characterized by the simplicity of diction and sentence structure. / - Love and death are the popular themes employed by the author. / - “The Torrents of Spring, The Sun Also Rises, A Farewell To Arms, The Old Man And The Sea” are some of the most popular works of the author. Who is the American Literature writer described above? Ernest Hemingway John Steinbeck Thomas Wolfe Richard Wright Langston Hughes23. 00046; - The author believed in the importance of demonstrating beauty rather than morality. / - The author is considered to be the inventor of detective stories. / - “Ligeia” The Fall of the House of Usher", “The Masque of The Read Death" and “Morelia" are some of the most famous stories of the author. / Who is the American literature writer described above? Walt Whitman Edgar Allan Poe Herman Melville Frederick Douglass Harriett Beecher Stowe24. 00049; Dubious Battle, Of Mice and Men, The Grapes of Wrath, East of Eden, Travels With Charley are some of the notable novels of —. Who is the writer of the literary works listed above? John Steinbeck Richard Wright Eudora Welty Saul Bellow Langston Hughes25. 00037; Which of the following statements is not a feature of the Contemporary Period in American Literature? “Beat Poetry” and “Confessional Poetry” were popular in this period. It witnessed the literary self assertion of women and ethnic minorities. Literature was used as a means for social and political criticism in this period. World War I, the Great Depression in 1929 and the rise of poverty and social and communist movements in the 1930s were some of the major historical events of this period. It witnessed a diversity of styles such as realism, surrealism, postmodernism.26. 00016; The copulative compound sentence Some people prefer going to the theatre, whereas others will stay at home watching TV programmes There was an electric light, only Arthur had not switched it on. Peter is an engineer, while his brother is a musician. Take these pills, and you will feel better.27. 00048; Because I could not stop for Death” is a lyric poem about Death. The poet personifies death as a gentleman caller who takes a leisurely carriage ride with the poet to his/her grave. Who is the writer of “Because I could not stop for Death”? Ernest Hemingway John Steinbeck Edgar Allan Poe Emily Dickinson Frederick Douglass28. 0003; The subjective predicative constructions open end test Fatime turned out to be stronger than we expected. I hate you to go away. Narmin was made to repeat the quiz questions. I can’t bear people to be unhappy or upset. The boy was found to be sleeping at home.29. 0006; The absolute nominative with participle I construction Of reason The weather being unusually mild at that time for the season of the year, there was no sleighing Circumstances permitting, they will be through with it by the end of May With a yell, he sprang back, a sweat coming on his skin The car having stopped, the boys jumped out onto the grass “Bye,” he said, and walked away, his farewell unanswered30. 00029; Which of the following statements about Romantic Period is not correct? Short story and novel were the most frequently used forms of literature in this period. It witnessed the celebration of American landscapes and values and a struggle for cultural independence from Europe. E) Civil War between the years 1861-1865 was the major historical event of this period. Realism and Naturalism were the prominent literary movements in this period. Essay emerged as a genre of American literature in this period.31. 00032; Who is the writer of the “Invisible Man” which is a satire of the experiences of black men and won the National Book Award in 1953? James Baldwin Arthur Miller Ralph Ellison Johr Barth Eudora Welty32. 00019; but, while, whereas, the conjunctive adverbs however, yet, still, nevertheless, and the conjunctive particle only. The Compound Copulative connectors The Compound Adversative connectors The Subordinative connectors The Consequitive connectors33. 00036; - The author’s original name is Samuel L. Clemens, but he used a pen name. / - Tom Sawyer and The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn are the most famous works of the author. / - The author also wrote fictionalized autobiographies such as Roughing It and Life on the Missisipi and short stories and novellas such as The Notorious Jumping Frog of Calaveras County and The Man That Corrupted Hadleyburg. Who is the literary figure of the American literature described above? Stephen Crane Henry James Frank Norris Emily Dickinson Mark Twain34. 0008; The absolute nominative with a prepositional noun construction Of time.. Tea over, she again summoned us to the fire I waited, every nerve upon the stretch This time the fish attacked from below. It hurtled up under the woman, jaws agape All in the room, she called in Molly35. 00023; The complex sentence with a subject clause The fact was that he had forgotten about it. Our fear was lest we should miss him in the crowd. That’s what he wants you to think. The only reason for my coining is because I hoped to see you again. How the book will sell depends on its plot and the author.36. 00018; and, nor, neither... nor, not only... but (also), as well as, and the conjunctive adverbs then, moreover, besides. The copulative connectors The causative consequitive connectors The disjunctive connectors The adversative connectors37. 00015; Coordinate clauses joined asyndetically Those they invited o the party brought some presents. Yesterday I bought a penny fiddle And put it to my chin to play I saw the man you tald me about Humpty Dumpty sat on a wall, Humpty Dumpty had a great fall38. 00050; Who is the author of “To Kill a Mockingbird” that tells the story of a white lawyer in a Southern town who defends a black man accused of assaulting a white woman? Harper Lee S. Eliot Edgar Allan Poe Kate Chopin John Updike39. 00026; Which of the following statements about Colonial Period Is not correct? Transcendentalism was an influential literary movement in this period. Political writings, autobiographies were also produced in this period. Religious and historical writings, sermons, journals and accounts of life in the New World were popular in this period. The search for a national identity started all around the country. It witnessed colonial inferiority complex towards England and lack of literacy in Southern colonies.40. 0004; The objective with the infinitive construction The girl condemned herself as stupid. They saw him as the greatest man in Europe. The town esteemed him as a successful man. He judged her young and pleasing. I hate you to go away.41. 00021; / for / The causative coordinating conjunction The copulative conjunction The disjunctive conjunction42. 00039; What is the literary period or age when Thomas Jefferson, Thomas Paine, Alexander Hamilton and James Madison produced works? Colonial Romantic Realistic and Naturalistic Contemporary The Revolutionary Age43. 00030; Which of the following statements about “Realistic and Naturalistic Period” is not correct? Charles Darwin’s theory of evolution influenced the writers in this period. The dominant literary form in this period was novel. It is also called "The Age of Reason”. The position of African American was a matter of discussion in this period. Psychological explorations and pessimism in writings started to appear in this period.44. 00041; - The author is a member of “Lost Generation" movement. / - “The Great Gatsby, Tender Is The Night, The Love of The Last Tycoon and The Beautiful and Damned" are the most memorable novels of the author. Who is the American literature writer described above? William Faulkner Ernest Hemingway John Dos Passos Scott Fitzgerald Hart Crane45. 0001; The subjective construction with an infinitive He is said to know five languages it is the relation. We hate him to go away. They heard somebody knocking at the door. I saw Nezrin take my book.46. 00020; or, either... or, the conjunctive adverbs are else (or else), otherwise. The time connectors The subprdinative connectors The consequitive connectors The disjunctive connectors The additive connectors47. 00047; Political pamphlets, travel writing and persuasive writing are the typical genres and styles seen in Period. / Choose the correct option to fill in the gap in the paragraph. The Realistic The Revolutionary The Colonial The Contemporary The Naturalistic48. 00014; The grammatical function of word order is used to distinguish between the communicative types of sentences. is to make prominent or empatic that part of the sentence which is more importantor informative in speaker's opinion. is to express grammatical relations and determine the grammatical status of a word by fixing its position in the sentence.49. 00022; The complex sentence with nominal clauses open end test an attributive clause a copulative sompound clause an object clause a subject clause a predicative clause an adverbial clause50. 0007; The absolute nominative with the adjective construction Tea over, she again summoned us to the fire. She stood under the tree, her head full of strange ideas. The gallery door slightly ajar, I could hear the steps of the soldiers. All in the room, she called in Leman. I waited, every nerve upon the stretch.