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CENTRAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY ENGLISH IV NAME: _________________________ TEACHER:_________________ SCORE:_______ DATE:_________

I. __________1. A rhetorical term for the repetition of a word or phrase at the beginning of successive clauses. __________2. is used to express a mild, indirect, or vague term to substitute for a harsh, blunt, or offensive term. __________3. are figures of speech in which two contradictory terms are combined in order to create a rhetorical effect by paradoxical means. __________4. is a word that sound like its meaning. __________5. it is a major exaggeration or overstatement. __________6. Comparing two unlike things by using like or as. __________7. are polite way of conveying a disagreeable thing or situation without sounding vulgar. __________8. are words or phrases depart from straightforward literal language. __________9. is a method of rapid moving the eyes over text with the purpose of getting only the main idea of the content. __________10. rapidly covers a great deal of material in order to locate a specific fact or piece of information. __________11. reading for pleasure. __________12. writing in prose verse.; excellence of form of expressions. __________13. must possess a moral message. __________14. refers to the relief acquire by the reader. __________15. Are words and phrases which cue the reader to the uses of the functions of language. __________16. Making sweeping statements without basis. __________17. Refer to the statements made by prominent and much admire persons. __________18. Is a sustained, organized campaign to influence others to accept a decision. __________19. A part of speech that used to express sudden and strong feeling. __________20. Another word for deities. II. Read carefully the sentences given below Identify and write on the blanks the correct figures of speech. __________1. He was as brave as lion. __________2. Death lays its icy hands on kings. __________3. Blind justice was not on his side. __________4. The boy was fish in the water. __________5. The willow tree shook her long hair. __________6. The boy is messy as a pig. __________7. Six swans went swimming on the sea. __________8. "Roll on thou dark and deep Blue Ocean." - from "Childe Harold's Pilgrimage" by Lord Byron __________9. "Of all the gin joints in all the towns in all the world, she walks into mine." __________10. This is a genuine imitation Rolex watch. __________11. "Whatever failures I have known, whatever errors I have committed, whatever follies I have witnessed in public and private life, have been the consequences of action without thought." __________12. His new girlfriend really is pretty ugly. __________13. She is my least favorite relation. __________14. Anne was passed away last night. __________15. The teacher caught her students watching an adult entertainment. __________16. "Then come, sweet death, and rid me of this grief." - Christopher Malowe __________17. Ive told you a million times. __________18. Anne our domestic engineer will clean the house later. __________19. You were awfully lucky to escape the car crash unscathed. __________20. She is like her mother.

III. Identify the kind of reading done in the following situations. Write your answers in the blank. __________1. The Whats Onsection of the local paper. __________2. A novel __________3. A text in class __________4. The telephone directory __________5. A train timetable __________6. A recipe __________7. Jana wants to find out how a word is pronounced. __________8. One is reading about an invention and wants to know when it was invented. __________9. You are given a timed test. The instruction is to give the topic of each paragraph. __________10. Joselito has been asked by his teacher to compare the camera to an eye. IV. Directions: Underline the correct verb in these sentences. 1. Sally (run, runs) to the park every day. 2. The dogs (bark, barks,) at strangers. 3. Ted and Mary (is, are) going to the movies. 4. The game (was, were) exciting. 5. They (worry, worries) too much. 6. She (study, studies) every night. 7. Black or white (is, are) your choice. 8. That (was, were) incredible. 9. Those (is, are) pretty shoes. 10. The cat or dog (is, are) in the yard. V. Encircle the correct answer of each sentence. 1. A sorceress and princess, she used her powers and influence to help Jason to secure the Golden Fleece. a. Medea b. Glauce c. Helen d. Jocasta 2. Homeland of Jason a. Colchis b. Iolcus c. Athens d. Troy 3. Brother of Laius a. Oedipus b. Odysseus c. Creon d. Jason 4. Blind prophet and servant of Apollo. a. Medea b. Glauce c. Teresias d. Jocasta 5. A nymph who fell in love to Odysseus. a. Medea b. Glauce c. Teresias d. Calypso 6. Wife and mother of Oedipus. a. Medea b. Glauce c. Teresias d. Jocasta 7. A righteous person; faithful to God. a. Job b. John c. Peter d. James 8. Daughter of Creon, a beautiful princess for whom Jason abandons Medea a. Medea b. Glauce c. Helen d. Jocasta 9. Son of Odysseus. a. Telemachus b. Calypso c. Jason d. Creon 10. Goddess of wisdom a. Bresies b. Athena c. Helen d. Aphrodite 11. Author/ Writer of Oedipus. a. Sophocles b. Euripedes c. E Dickinson d. Homer

12. One of the worlds greatest tragedies. a. Oedipus Rex b. Odysseus c. Illiad d. Medea 13. One of the best know epic of Greece that depicts the wars fought by Greek warriors. a. Oedipus Rex b. Odysseus c. Illiad d. Medea 14. Goddess of beauty. a. Bresies b. Athena c. Helen d. Aphrodite 15. The cause of death of Glauce. a. poisoned coronet b. poisoned dress c. poisoned crown d. poisoned coronet and dress VI. ENUMERATION 1-3 Three tests of Satan to Job. 4-10 Eight Beatitudes VII. ESSAY 1. If you were Medea, will you do the same revenge she did? Why or why not.(5 pts.) 2 Summary the story of Odyssey. (10 pts.)