PROGRAM40, QUİZ, 30 APREL 2018

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1.

German Origin Prefixes

2.

What is mood?

3.

Productive Ways of Word-Formation   OPEN END TEST

4.

After the Civil War, American Literature entered into the —.The major form of literature produced in this era aims to portray life as it really is and make the reader believe that the characters actually might exist and the situations might actually happen.  Thus, literature of this period focuses on the ordinary and commonplace.  > < Choose the best option to complete the given sentence. >

5.

In the given sentence the object is expressed by…  < I don’t know what it was. >

6.

What is Shakespeare's longest play?

7.

… deals with the vocabulary of a given language at a given stage of it development.

8.

Single out the conditional mood in which the condition refers to no particular time and the consequence to the past.

9.

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”?

10.

negative prefix

11.

Derivational bound morphemes are....

12.

- The author wrote about American innocence, the nature of art and the search of the individual for a more prosperous life.   - “Daisy Miller", “The Turn of The Screw”, “The Jol/y Corner", The Beast in The Jungle” and “The Real Thing” are some of the well known short stories of the author.  < Who is the literary figure of American Literature described above? >

13.

Choose free morpheme.

14.

James Fennimore Cooper, Nathaniel Hawthorne, Harriet Beecher Stowe and Harriet E. Wilson are among the famous novelists of —.  < Choose the best option to complete the given sentence. >

15.

Which writing includes the manifesto of Romantic poetry?

16.

Songs of Experience’ was written by:

17.

The years 1900-1914 mark American Literature's —. The literature in this period claims to give an even more accurate depiction of life than realism. In parallel with the post-Darwinian thesis, the writers created characters whose behaviours are entirely based upon heredity and environment.  Choose the best option to complete the given sentence.

18.

Choose the Anglo- Saxon stock of words   OPEN END TESTS

19.

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?

20.

Choose the wrong statement.

21.

Choose „Early Romantism Period“ in America

22.

Moby Dick

23.

What was the nationality of Oscar Wilde?

24.

There are two basically different ways in which language may be viewed, the historical or diachronic and the … or synchronic.

25.

Which of the following statements is a feature of Aestheticism movement?

26.

1939 marked the beginning of the — of American Literature. This period consists of an abundance of crucial American literary figures spanning from World War II into the New Millenium.  < Choose the best option to complete the given sentence. >

27.

Which of the following is the period when Sermons, diaries, personal narratives and religious poetry are the typical genres and styles seen?

28.

."Declaration of Independence", which divorced the British colonies in North America from Great Britain and founded as a new nation in the United States of America, suggested that “life, liberty and pursuit of happiness” was a God-given right to human beings.  Which of the following authors made a contribution to “Declaration of Independence”?

29.

‘I count religion but a childish toy’ is a line from Marlowe’s play:

30.

Choose a word with productive Prefix of Romanic origin

31.

Choose the wrong statement.

32.

Who is the author of the “As I Lie Dying” which tells the story of a poor white family who takes the corpse of their mother to a distant burial ground?

33.

Billy Bud

34.

Choose the wrong answer

35.

In the given sentence the subject is expressed by…  < Talking mends no holes.>

36.

Choose correct statement/s about implied conditional  open end test

37.

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.

38.

Choose the pejorative prefixes

39.

Prefixes of Romanic origin

40.

Choose „Interrogative Pronouns“    OPEN END TESTS

41.

In the given sentence the object is expressed by…  < He thought of what he was to say to all of them.>

42.

Words with prefixes of Romanic origin

43.

In the given sentence the object is expressed by…  < I saw the boys two hours ago >

44.

Choose the pejorative prefixes

45.

Detaching pronouns

46.

If you ___ your swimming suit you would be able to go for a swim now.

47.

Choose the wrong statement. OPEN END TEST

48.

What is the function of the conjunction “that” in the given sentence? “He bailed wildly at first; splashing himself and flinging the water so short a distance that it ran back into the pool.”

49.

Choose the negative prefixes (Synchronical Classification According to the meaning)

50.

Choose the wrong statement.


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