Proqram 40 – Quiz 22 – Grammar + Literature

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  • QRAMMATİKA + İNGİLİS ƏDƏBİYYATI QUİZ 22
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Name
1. The two Gentlemen of Verona

  1. A) Dickens

  2. B) Daniel Defoe

  3. C) Shakespeare

  4. D) Geoffrey Chaucer

  5. E) Jonathan Swift

2. The True born Englishman
3. Essays on Project
4. Jonathan Wild
5. happily, unhappily, luckily, unluckily, fortunately, unfortunately

  1. A) Modal words denoting certainty

  2. B) Modal words denoting probability

  3. C) Modal words denoting various shades of desirability or undesirability

  4. D) Modal words denoting anger

  5. E) Modal words denoting combinability

6. Pickwick Papers
7. The mystery of Edwin Drood,

Our Mutual Friend
8.
9. The Virginians
10. Paradise regained
11. Bleak House, Hard Times
12. Amelia
13. Which are not the main features of prepositions?

  1. Lexico grammatical meaning - definiteness, indefiniteness

  2. Weak lexico-grammatical meaning of relation

  3. Right and left combinability

  4. Function as a link word.

  5. Have no grammatical categories or stem-building elements.

  6. Function - noun specifier

14. The Shortest was with Dissenters
15. Trolius and Criseyde

  1. A) Dickens

  2. B) Daniel Defoe

  3. C) Shakespeare

  4. D) Geoffrey Chaucer

  5. E) Jonathan Swift

16.

This is a predicate which expresses the quality or distinctive sign characterizing the subject.

17. Whom did Shakespeare address his sonnets?
18.

surely, really

19. Captain Singleton
20. Roxana
21. He is considered the greatest poet of English bourgeois revolution.
22. The Battle of Books
23. Choose the correct answer.

I knew that she was disappointed --------- l saw the look on her face.
24.
25. Choose the correct answer.

--------- the referee blew the final whistle, the home players swapped shirts with the opposition.
26.

Ah, Oh, eh, dear me, hello, alas, hush, bravo, hurrah, my God

27. Choose the tragedies of the optimistic period by William Shakespeare

  1. Romeo and Juliet

  2. Julius Caesar

  3. Troilus and Cressida

  4. Othello

  5. King Lear

  6. Timon of Athens

28. His first novel is “Joseph Andrews”
29.
30. A Tale of two cities
31. This object is the object which is used after a transitive verb to complete its meaning.
32. The English Humorists,

The Four Georges
33. Gulliver’s Travel
34. I am so tired.

  1. A) The Actional Predicate

  2. B) The Statal Predicate

  3. C) The Qualificative Predicate

  4. D) The Double Predicative

  5. E) Complex Predicative

35. A Tale Tub
36. The History of Tom Jones a Founding
37. The Adventures of Oliver Twist
38. Pendennis, The Newcomers
39. Colonel Jacque
40. David Copperfield
41. Dombey and Son
42. A Tale of Tub
43. perhaps, possibly, maybe, probably, obviously, apparently

  1. A) Modal words denoting certainty

  2. B) Modal words denoting probability

  3. C) Modal words denoting various shades of desirability or undesirability

  4. D) Modal words denoting anger

  5. E) Interjection

44. Gulliver’s Travel
45. To live a Happy Live,

To fight a terrible fight,

To smile a sad smile
46. Paradise Lost
47. The true born Englishman
48. Tom Jones
49. Great Expectations
50. Choose the correct answer.

--------- the match the supporters were getting more and more annoyed at their team's failure to score a goal despite several opportunities.

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