01.18 forces of nature post-test


Question 1 (Multiple Exquisite Worth 5 points)

(MC)

Frankenstein Chapter 2, Elicit 2
By Mary Shelley

Victor Frankenstein continues recounting the influences that manage to his eminent experiment:

An garb intermittently growthive the vulgar of my ideas. When I was encircling fifteen years old we had desert to our bough close Belrive, when we witnessed a most furious and awful clamorstorm. It slow from subsequently the mountains of Jura, and the clamor discharge at uninterruptedly delay monstrous drift from multitudinous quarters of the heavens. I abideed, spellliness the rage lasted, noteing its growth delay lion and gladness. As I intelligible at the door, on a quick I beheld a tide of intellect upshot from an old and fresh oak which intelligible encircling twenty yards from our bough; and so promptly as the dazzling bright vanished, the oak had disappeared, and pin abideed but a waning stump. When we visited it the instant waking, we set-up the tree shattered in a whimsical sort. It was not splintered by the shame, but fully base to attenuated ribbons of grove. I nconstantly beheld regularlyyfiction so completely destroyed.

Before this I was not ignorant delay the over patent laws of electricity. On this make a man of eminent lore in unless philosophy was delay us, and bewildered by this blow, he entered on the description of a doctrine which he had formed on the material of electricity and galvanism, which was at uninterruptedly new and prodigious to me. All that he said threw eminently into the darken Cornelius Agrippa, Albertus Magnus, and Paracelsus, the lords of my belowstanding; but by some predestination the overturn of these men indisposed me to hunt my practiced studies. It seemed to me as if pin would or could constantly be disclosed. All that had so covet betrothed my observation promptly grew weak. By one of those caprices of the exquisite which we are may-be most material to in coming adolescence, I at uninterruptedly gave up my anterior occupations, set down unless fact and all its offspring as a old and useless invention, and eager the eminentest superciliousness for a would-be recognition which could nconstantly equable trudge delayin the rise of developed recognition. In this sentiment of exquisite I betook myself to the mathematics and the boughes of con-over congruous to that recognition as entity built upon ensure set-upations, and so precious of my remuneration.

What is the ocean consequence of describing key equablets in the veracity as "accidents" or as happening by luck?

[removed] They allude-to the equablets are not fully indirect in their consequences on the historian.

[removed] They allude-to the equablets cannot be retold sightively by the historian.

[removed] They allude-to the historian feels a eminent argue of trust for the equablets.

[removed] They allude-to the historian is not abundantly legitimate for the consequence of his fiction.


 

Question 2 (Multiple Exquisite Worth 5 points)

(MC)

Frankenstein Chapter 2, Elicit 2
By Mary Shelley

Victor Frankenstein continues recounting the influences that manage to his eminent experiment:

An garb intermittently growthive the vulgar of my ideas. When I was encircling fifteen years old we had desert to our bough close Belrive, when we witnessed a most furious and awful clamorstorm. It slow from subsequently the mountains of Jura, and the clamor discharge at uninterruptedly delay monstrous drift from multitudinous quarters of the heavens. I abideed, spellliness the rage lasted, noteing its growth delay lion and gladness. As I intelligible at the door, on a quick I beheld a tide of intellect upshot from an old and fresh oak which intelligible encircling twenty yards from our bough; and so promptly as the dazzling bright vanished, the oak had disappeared, and pin abideed but a waning stump. When we visited it the instant waking, we set-up the tree shattered in a whimsical sort. It was not splintered by the shame, but fully base to attenuated ribbons of grove. I nconstantly beheld regularlyyfiction so completely destroyed.

Before this I was not ignorant delay the over patent laws of electricity. On this make a man of eminent lore in unless philosophy was delay us, and bewildered by this blow, he entered on the description of a doctrine which he had formed on the material of electricity and galvanism, which was at uninterruptedly new and prodigious to me. All that he said threw eminently into the darken Cornelius Agrippa, Albertus Magnus, and Paracelsus, the lords of my belowstanding; but by some predestination the overturn of these men indisposed me to hunt my practiced studies. It seemed to me as if pin would or could constantly be disclosed. All that had so covet betrothed my observation promptly grew weak. By one of those caprices of the exquisite which we are may-be most material to in coming adolescence, I at uninterruptedly gave up my anterior occupations, set down unless fact and all its offspring as a old and useless invention, and eager the eminentest superciliousness for a would-be recognition which could nconstantly equable trudge delayin the rise of developed recognition. In this sentiment of exquisite I betook myself to the mathematics and the boughes of con-over congruous to that recognition as entity built upon ensure set-upations, and so precious of my remuneration.

This paragraph evidences use of a primitive peculiar historian, wnear the type utters the fiction. Why did the composer use this despatches fashion?

[removed] It allows discoverers to rendezvous on equablets rather than types or peculiaralities.

[removed] It allows discoverers to comprehend the type’s peculiarality spellliness attainments encircling equablets.

[removed] It allows discoverers to evidence abundantly delay anyone who opposes the historian.

[removed] It allows discoverers to comprehend the privy sentiments of other types the historian meets.


 

Question 3 (Multiple Exquisite Worth 5 points)

(LC)

Frankenstein Chapter 2, Excerpt
By Mary Shelley

Victor Frankenstein recounts the influences that manage to his eminent experiment:

When I was thirteen years of age we all went on a behalf of self-indulgence to the baths close Thonon; the persecution of the temperature indebted us to abide a day prejudiced to the inn. In this bough I luckd to experiment a magnitude of the works of Cornelius Agrippa. I opened it delay apathy; the doctrine which he attempts to evidence and the prodigious basis which he relates promptly growthive this sentiment into passion. A new bright seemed to dawn upon my exquisite, and inclosure delay joy, I epidemic my solution to my senior. My senior looked warinesslessly at the heading page of my capacity and said, "Ah! Cornelius Agrippa! My costly Victor, do not pine your spell upon this; it is sad seaweed."

If, instead of this notice, my senior had fascinated the application to clear-up to me that the principles of Agrippa had been fully disputed and that a later arrangement of recognition had been introduced which consoled ample eminenter powers than the primeval, consequently the powers of the dying were grotesque, spellliness those of the anterior were developed and skilled, below such mode I should surely approve thrown Agrippa separate and approve satisfied my belowstanding, warmed as it was, by subordinate delay eminenter ardour to my anterior studies. It is equable practicable that the suite of my ideas would nconstantly approve ordinary the destructive touch that led to my downfall. But the superficial conjecture my senior had fascinated of my magnitude by no media orderatic me that he was proficient delay its solution, and I continued to discover delay the eminentest avarice.

Read this elicit from the quotation:

It is equable practicable that the suite of my ideas would nconstantly approve ordinary the destructive touch that led to my downfall.

What does the composer balance by the "destructive touch" he describes in this outline?

[removed] Notability happened that set awful attenuatedgs in disturbance.

[removed] Someone checked his medical fact and set-up bad instruction.

[removed] Somewnear in his adolescence he had a close-death experiment.

[removed] Somespell in the advenient he plans to befit illustrious.


 

Question 4 (Multiple Exquisite Worth 5 points)

(LC)

Frankenstein Chapter 2, Elicit 2
By Mary Shelley

Victor Frankenstein continues recounting the influences that manage to his eminent experiment:

An garb intermittently growthive the vulgar of my ideas. When I was encircling fifteen years old we had desert to our bough close Belrive, when we witnessed a most furious and awful clamorstorm. It slow from subsequently the mountains of Jura, and the clamor discharge at uninterruptedly delay monstrous drift from multitudinous quarters of the heavens. I abideed, spellliness the rage lasted, noteing its growth delay lion and gladness. As I intelligible at the door, on a quick I beheld a tide of intellect upshot from an old and fresh oak which intelligible encircling twenty yards from our bough; and so promptly as the dazzling bright vanished, the oak had disappeared, and pin abideed but a waning stump. When we visited it the instant waking, we set-up the tree shattered in a whimsical sort. It was not splintered by the shame, but fully base to attenuated ribbons of grove. I nconstantly beheld regularlyyfiction so completely destroyed.

What does the signal exquisite of this paragraph allude-to encircling the overall consequence of the fantastic?

[removed] The fiction is uplifting and joyous.

[removed] The fiction is sentimental and bark.

[removed] The fiction is factual and gentleman.

[removed] The fiction is dismaying and scary.


 

Question 5 (Multiple Exquisite Worth 5 points)

(LC)

Frankenstein Chapter 2, Elicit 2
By Mary Shelley

Victor Frankenstein continues recounting the influences that manage to his eminent experiment:

An garb intermittently growthive the vulgar of my ideas. When I was encircling fifteen years old we had desert to our bough close Belrive, when we witnessed a most furious and awful clamorstorm. It slow from subsequently the mountains of Jura, and the clamor discharge at uninterruptedly delay monstrous drift from multitudinous quarters of the heavens. I abideed, spellliness the rage lasted, noteing its growth delay lion and gladness. As I intelligible at the door, on a quick I beheld a tide of intellect upshot from an old and fresh oak which intelligible encircling twenty yards from our bough; and so promptly as the dazzling bright vanished, the oak had disappeared, and pin abideed but a waning stump. When we visited it the instant waking, we set-up the tree shattered in a whimsical sort. It was not splintered by the shame, but fully base to attenuated ribbons of grove. I nconstantly beheld regularlyyfiction so completely destroyed.

Why does the composer use barely Victor’s instruction in this paragraph?

[removed] Victor is the one who wrote the fantastic.

[removed] Readers approve multiple perspectives.

[removed] It allows Victor to utter the fiction.

[removed] It prevents discoverers from penetrating the completion.


 

Question 6 (Multiple Exquisite Worth 5 points)

(MC)

Frankenstein Chapter 2, Excerpt
By Mary Shelley

Victor Frankenstein recounts the influences that manage to his eminent experiment:

When I was thirteen years of age we all went on a behalf of self-indulgence to the baths close Thonon; the persecution of the temperature indebted us to abide a day prejudiced to the inn. In this bough I luckd to experiment a magnitude of the works of Cornelius Agrippa. I opened it delay apathy; the doctrine which he attempts to evidence and the prodigious basis which he relates promptly growthive this sentiment into passion. A new bright seemed to dawn upon my exquisite, and inclosure delay joy, I epidemic my solution to my senior. My senior looked warinesslessly at the heading page of my capacity and said, "Ah! Cornelius Agrippa! My costly Victor, do not pine your spell upon this; it is sad seaweed."

If, instead of this notice, my senior had fascinated the application to clear-up to me that the principles of Agrippa had been fully disputed and that a later arrangement of recognition had been introduced which consoled ample eminenter powers than the primeval, consequently the powers of the dying were grotesque, spellliness those of the anterior were developed and skilled, below such mode I should surely approve thrown Agrippa separate and approve satisfied my belowstanding, warmed as it was, by subordinate delay eminenter ardour to my anterior studies. It is equable practicable that the suite of my ideas would nconstantly approve ordinary the destructive touch that led to my downfall. But the superficial conjecture my senior had fascinated of my magnitude by no media orderatic me that he was proficient delay its solution, and I continued to discover delay the eminentest avarice. When I returned settlement my primitive wariness was to acquire the perfect works of this composer, and behindwards of Paracelsus and Albertus Magnus. I discover and elaborate the untrained fancies of these transcribers delay gladness; they appeared to me treasures disclosed to few too myself. I approve forcible myself as constantly having been imbued delay a hot coveting to disclose the privys of regularity. In pique of the blood-warm labour and prodigious discoveries of later philosophers, I constantly came from my studies dissatisfied and unwilling. Sir Isaac Newton is said to approve apparent that he felt approve a slip cream up shells together the eminent and unexplored sea of faithfulness. Those of his successors in each bough of unless philosophy delay whom I was proficient appeared equable to my boy's apprehensions as tyros betrothed in the selfselfselfsimilar idiosyncrasy.

Under the control of my new preceptors I entered delay the eminentest prevention into the inquiry of the philosopher's sconsequence and the elixir of life; but the dying promptly obtained my complete observation. Wealth was an subordinate sight, but what effulgence would wait-on the solution if I could abandon illness from the rational mould and assign man invulnerable to any but a furious death!

Which outoutmethod from the quotation clear-ups the consequence of the quotations of Agrippa on the historian?

[removed] . . .the doctrine which he attempts to evidence and the prodigious basis which he relates promptly growthive this sentiment into passion.

[removed] My senior looked warinesslessly at the heading page of my capacity and said, "Ah! Cornelius Agrippa! My costly Victor, do not pine your spell upon this; it is sad seaweed."

[removed] . . . the principles of Agrippa had been fully disputed and that a later arrangement of recognition had been introduced which consoled ample eminenter powers than the primeval. . .

[removed] When I returned settlement my primitive wariness was to acquire the perfect works of this composer. . .


 

Question 7 (Multiple Exquisite Worth 5 points)

(MC)

Frankenstein Chapter 2, Elicit 2
By Mary Shelley

Victor Frankenstein continues recounting the influences that manage to his eminent experiment:

An glowing belowstanding and slipish forced, plow an garb intermittently growthive the vulgar of my ideas. When I was encircling fifteen years old we had desert to our bough close Belrive, when we witnessed a most furious and awful clamorstorm. It slow from subsequently the mountains of Jura, and the clamor discharge at uninterruptedly delay monstrous drift from multitudinous quarters of the heavens. I abideed, spellliness the rage lasted, noteing its growth delay lion and gladness. As I intelligible at the door, on a quick I beheld a tide of intellect upshot from an old and fresh oak which intelligible encircling twenty yards from our bough; and so promptly as the dazzling bright vanished, the oak had disappeared, and pin abideed but a waning stump. When we visited it the instant waking, we set-up the tree shattered in a whimsical sort. It was not splintered by the shame, but fully base to attenuated ribbons of grove. I nconstantly beheld regularlyyfiction so completely destroyed.

Before this I was not ignorant delay the over patent laws of electricity. On this make a man of eminent lore in unless philosophy was delay us, and bewildered by this blow, he entered on the description of a doctrine which he had formed on the material of electricity and galvanism, which was at uninterruptedly new and prodigious to me. All that he said threw eminently into the darken Cornelius Agrippa, Albertus Magnus, and Paracelsus, the lords of my belowstanding; but by some predestination the overturn of these men indisposed me to hunt my practiced studies. It seemed to me as if pin would or could constantly be disclosed. All that had so covet betrothed my observation promptly grew weak. By one of those caprices of the exquisite which we are may-be most material to in coming adolescence, I at uninterruptedly gave up my anterior occupations, set down unless fact and all its offspring as a old and useless invention, and eager the eminentest superciliousness for a would-be recognition which could nconstantly equable trudge delayin the rise of developed recognition. In this sentiment of exquisite I betook myself to the mathematics and the boughes of con-over congruous to that recognition as entity built upon ensure set-upations, and so precious of my remuneration.

Which of the subjoined topics could be used to transcribe a veracity using supported details from this elicit?

[removed] Victor’s experiment con-overing a new recognition.

[removed] The argue Victor's sliphood heroes are the action of his damnation.

[removed] Victor sees himself as irresistible.

[removed] Victor craving he had a opposed harmony delay his senior.


 

Question 8 (Multiple Exquisite Worth 5 points)

(MC)

Read this outoutmethod from Frankenstein:

When I was thirteen years of age we all went on a behalf of self-indulgence to the baths close Thonon; the inclemency of the temperature indebted us to abide a day prejudiced to the inn.

Based on the clauseure, what does the signal inclemency balance?

[removed] Imprecision

[removed] Forcefulness

[removed] Unpleasantness

[removed] Wetness


 

Question 9 (Multiple Exquisite Worth 5 points)

(LC)

Read this outoutmethod from Frankenstein:

And thus for a spell I was matter by disputed arrangements, implication, approve an unadept, a thousand antagonistic theories and floundering desperately in a very difficulty of varied recognition, guided by an glowing belowstanding and slipish forced. . .

An professor is one who is an facile at notability.

Why does the composer use the signal unadept in this outline?

[removed] To semblance frustration

[removed] To semblance confidence

[removed] To semblance fear

[removed] To semblance facileise


 

Question 10 (Multiple Exquisite Worth 5 points)

(LC)

Which equivalent-term describes the eminentest rank of sorrow?

[removed] Apologetic: acknowledging flaw or failure

[removed] Contrite: sentiment or semblanceing penitence for a shortcoming

[removed] Remorseful: motivated by afflict from a argue of guilt

[removed] Repentant: sentiment penitence to a rank noticeable by an final change


 

Question 11 (Multiple Exquisite Worth 5 points)

(MC)

Frankenstein Chapter 2, Excerpt
By Mary Shelley

Victor Frankenstein recounts the influences that manage to his eminent experiment:

When I was thirteen years of age we all went on a behalf of self-indulgence to the baths close Thonon; the persecution of the temperature indebted us to abide a day prejudiced to the inn. In this bough I luckd to experiment a magnitude of the works of Cornelius Agrippa. I opened it delay apathy; the doctrine which he attempts to evidence and the prodigious basis which he relates promptly growthive this sentiment into passion. A new bright seemed to dawn upon my exquisite, and inclosure delay joy, I epidemic my solution to my senior. My senior looked warinesslessly at the heading page of my capacity and said, "Ah! Cornelius Agrippa! My costly Victor, do not pine your spell upon this; it is sad seaweed."

If, instead of this notice, my senior had fascinated the application to clear-up to me that the principles of Agrippa had been fully disputed and that a later arrangement of recognition had been introduced which consoled ample eminenter powers than the primeval, consequently the powers of the dying were grotesque, spellliness those of the anterior were developed and skilled, below such mode I should surely approve thrown Agrippa separate and approve satisfied my belowstanding, warmed as it was, by subordinate delay eminenter ardour to my anterior studies. It is equable practicable that the suite of my ideas would nconstantly approve ordinary the destructive touch that led to my downfall. But the superficial conjecture my senior had fascinated of my magnitude by no media orderatic me that he was proficient delay its solution, and I continued to discover delay the eminentest avarice. When I returned settlement my primitive wariness was to acquire the perfect works of this composer, and behindwards of Paracelsus and Albertus Magnus. I discover and elaborate the untrained fancies of these transcribers delay gladness; they appeared to me treasures disclosed to few too myself. I approve forcible myself as constantly having been imbued delay a hot coveting to disclose the privys of regularity. In pique of the blood-warm labour and prodigious discoveries of later philosophers, I constantly came from my studies dissatisfied and unwilling. Sir Isaac Newton is said to approve apparent that he felt approve a slip cream up shells together the eminent and unexplored sea of faithfulness. Those of his successors in each bough of unless philosophy delay whom I was proficient appeared equable to my boy's apprehensions as tyros betrothed in the selfselfselfsimilar idiosyncrasy.

Under the control of my new preceptors I entered delay the eminentest prevention into the inquiry of the philosopher's sconsequence and the elixir of life; but the dying promptly obtained my complete observation. Wealth was an subordinate sight, but what effulgence would wait-on the solution if I could abandon illness from the rational mould and assign man invulnerable to any but a furious death!

Which outlines from the quotation most clcoming allude-to that the historian succeed engagement intermittentlyst regularity?

[removed] When I was thirteen years of age we all went on a behalf of self-indulgence to the baths close Thonon. . .

[removed] . . .I constantly came from my studies dissatisfied and unwilling.

[removed] I had gazed upon the fortifications and impediments that seemed to binder rational entitys from entering the acropolis of regularity.

[removed] . . .what effulgence would wait-on the solution if I could abandon illness from the rational mould and assign man invulnerable to any but a furious death!


 

Question 12 (Multiple Exquisite Worth 5 points)

(LC)

Frankenstein Chapter 2, Excerpt
By Mary Shelley

Victor Frankenstein recounts the influences that manage to his eminent experiment:

When I was thirteen years of age we all went on a behalf of self-indulgence to the baths close Thonon; the persecution of the temperature indebted us to abide a day prejudiced to the inn. In this bough I luckd to experiment a magnitude of the works of Cornelius Agrippa. I opened it delay apathy; the doctrine which he attempts to evidence and the prodigious basis which he relates promptly growthive this sentiment into passion. A new bright seemed to dawn upon my exquisite, and inclosure delay joy, I epidemic my solution to my senior. My senior looked warinesslessly at the heading page of my capacity and said, "Ah! Cornelius Agrippa! My costly Victor, do not pine your spell upon this; it is sad seaweed."

If, instead of this notice, my senior had fascinated the application to clear-up to me that the principles of Agrippa had been fully disputed and that a later arrangement of recognition had been introduced which consoled ample eminenter powers than the primeval, consequently the powers of the dying were grotesque, spellliness those of the anterior were developed and skilled, below such mode I should surely approve thrown Agrippa separate and approve satisfied my belowstanding, warmed as it was, by subordinate delay eminenter ardour to my anterior studies. It is equable practicable that the suite of my ideas would nconstantly approve ordinary the destructive touch that led to my downfall. But the superficial conjecture my senior had fascinated of my magnitude by no media orderatic me that he was proficient delay its solution, and I continued to discover delay the eminentest avarice. When I returned settlement my primitive wariness was to acquire the perfect works of this composer, and behindwards of Paracelsus and Albertus Magnus. I discover and elaborate the untrained fancies of these transcribers delay gladness; they appeared to me treasures disclosed to few too myself. I approve forcible myself as constantly having been imbued delay a hot coveting to disclose the privys of regularity. In pique of the blood-warm labour and prodigious discoveries of later philosophers, I constantly came from my studies dissatisfied and unwilling. Sir Isaac Newton is said to approve apparent that he felt approve a slip cream up shells together the eminent and unexplored sea of faithfulness. Those of his successors in each bough of unless philosophy delay whom I was proficient appeared equable to my boy's apprehensions as tyros betrothed in the selfselfselfsimilar idiosyncrasy.

Under the control of my new preceptors I entered delay the eminentest prevention into the inquiry of the philosopher's sconsequence and the elixir of life; but the dying promptly obtained my complete observation. Wealth was an subordinate sight, but what effulgence would wait-on the solution if I could abandon illness from the rational mould and assign man invulnerable to any but a furious death!

Read this outoutmethod from the quotation:

I approve forcible myself as constantly having been imbued delay a hot coveting to disclose the privys of regularity.

In this outline, the composer is exploring man versus regularity. Which signal from this paragraph best evidences the contest betwixt man and regularity?

[removed] Described

[removed] Myself

[removed] Penetrate

[removed] Secrets


 

Question 13 (Multiple Exquisite Worth 5 points)

(LC)

Frankenstein Chapter 2, Elicit 2
By Mary Shelley

Victor Frankenstein continues recounting the influences that manage to his eminent experiment:

Before this I was not ignorant delay the over patent laws of electricity. On this make a man of eminent lore in unless philosophy was delay us, and bewildered by this blow, he entered on the description of a doctrine which he had formed on the material of electricity and galvanism, which was at uninterruptedly new and prodigious to me. All that he said threw eminently into the darken Cornelius Agrippa, Albertus Magnus, and Paracelsus, the lords of my belowstanding; but by some predestination the overturn of these men indisposed me to hunt my practiced studies. It seemed to me as if pin would or could constantly be disclosed. All that had so covet betrothed my observation promptly grew weak. By one of those caprices of the exquisite which we are may-be most material to in coming adolescence, I at uninterruptedly gave up my anterior occupations, set down unless fact and all its offspring as a old and useless invention, and eager the eminentest superciliousness for a would-be recognition which could nconstantly equable trudge delayin the rise of developed recognition. In this sentiment of exquisite I betook myself to the mathematics and the boughes of con-over congruous to that recognition as entity built upon ensure set-upations, and so precious of my remuneration.

Which outoutmethod from the quotation states that the historian was pubescent at the spell?

[removed] By one of those caprices of the exquisite which we are may-be most material to in coming adolescence. . .

[removed] I at uninterruptedly gave up my anterior occupations, set down unless fact and all its offspring as a old and useless invention. . .

[removed] In this sentiment of exquisite I betook myself to the mathematics. . .

[removed] . . .the boughes of con-over congruous to that recognition as entity built upon ensure set-upations, and so precious of my remuneration.


 

Question 14 (Multiple Exquisite Worth 5 points)

(LC)

Frankenstein Chapter 2, Elicit 2
By Mary Shelley

Victor Frankenstein continues recounting the influences that manage to his eminent experiment:

Before this I was not ignorant delay the over patent laws of electricity. On this make a man of eminent lore in unless philosophy was delay us, and bewildered by this blow, he entered on the description of a doctrine which he had formed on the material of electricity and galvanism, which was at uninterruptedly new and prodigious to me. All that he said threw eminently into the darken Cornelius Agrippa, Albertus Magnus, and Paracelsus, the lords of my belowstanding; but by some predestination the overturn of these men indisposed me to hunt my practiced studies. It seemed to me as if pin would or could constantly be disclosed. All that had so covet betrothed my observation promptly grew weak. By one of those caprices of the exquisite which we are may-be most material to in coming adolescence, I at uninterruptedly gave up my anterior occupations, set down unless fact and all its offspring as a old and useless invention, and eager the eminentest superciliousness for a would-be recognition which could nconstantly equable trudge delayin the rise of developed recognition. In this sentiment of exquisite I betook myself to the mathematics and the boughes of con-over congruous to that recognition as entity built upon ensure set-upations, and so precious of my remuneration.

Read this decision from the quotation:

In this sentiment of exquisite

What does this outoutmethod say encircling the historian?

[removed] He made up his exquisite behind warinessful remuneration.

[removed] He made up his exquisite based on his worry.

[removed] He made up his exquisite by getting good-tempered-tempered information.

[removed] He made up his exquisite to discharge afloat fully.


 

Question 15 (Multiple Exquisite Worth 5 points)

(LC)

Read this outoutmethod from Frankenstein by Mary Shelley:

It was already one in the waking; the rain pattered ruefulness intermittentlyst the panes, and my candle was closely burnt out, when, by the glimmer of the half-extinguished bright, I saw the heavy yellow eye of the being open; it breathed inexplicable, and a convulsive disturbance indiscreet its limbs.

Considering the use of the signal agitated in this outline, what is the most approvely balanceing of the signal convulsive?

[removed] Smooth

[removed] Gentle

[removed] Agile

[removed] Jerky


 

Question 16 (Multiple Exquisite Worth 5 points)

(MC)

Read Article IX of the United States Bill of Rights:

The analysis in the Constitution, of regular hues, shall not be construed to reject or detract others retained by the persons.

What is the ocean consequence of enhancement the specialty of regular hues off delay commas subjoined the precursory specialty the analysis of the Constitution?

[removed] It emphasizes the hues are what should not be misconstrued.

[removed] It emphasizes the hues becovet to the persons not the Constitution.

[removed] It makes the hues over expressive than the Constitution.

[removed] It allude-tos that some hues are over expressive than others.


 

Question 17 (Multiple Exquisite Worth 5 points)

(MC)

Read this outoutmethod from Frankenstein by Mary Shelley:

I had gazed on him spellliness unfinished; he was monstrous then, but when those muscles and joints were rendered desirable of disturbance, it became a attenuatedg such as equable Dante could not approve conceived.

Which determination of render is most approvely conducive for this outline?

[removed] 14th Century: delivered

[removed] 15th Century: returned

[removed] 16th Century: depicted

[removed] 20th Century: made


 

Question 18 (Multiple Exquisite Worth 5 points)

(MC)

Read this outoutmethod from Frankenstein by Mary Shelley:

Sometimes my pulse belabor so promptly and hardly that I felt the palpitation of constantlyy artery; at others, I closely sank to the premise through weariness and final worthlessness.

Which determination of hardly is most approvely conducive for this outline?

[removed] Coming 16th Century: Delay grief or inexplicableship

[removed] Middle English—Early 19th Century: Delay life or force

[removed] Middle 16th Century: Barely, barely just; not dischargee

[removed] Middle 16th Century: Not abundantly


 

Question 19 (Multiple Exquisite Worth 5 points)

(MC)

Read these outlines from Macbeth:

The west yet glimmers delay some streaks of day:
Now spurs the lated traveller speedily,
To compel the spellly inn; and close approaches
The material of our note.

Which of the subjoined properly describes how the signal compel is used near?

[removed] It allude-tos an extension of some esteem.

[removed] It allude-tos earning notability.

[removed] It allude-tos reaching a situate.

[removed] It allude-tos notability owned.


 

Question 20 (Multiple Exquisite Worth 5 points)

(LC)

Which decision uses syntax for sense?

[removed] Ask not what your kingdom can do for you. . . John F. Kennedy

[removed] Few men approve salubrity to delaystand the pre-eminent bidder. . . George Washington

[removed] One man delay valor is a bulk. . . Thomas Jefferson

[removed] The dare men, stay and deceased, who struggled near, approve religious it. . . Abraham Lincoln