Frankenstein- Prologue and Letters- Vocabulary
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  • Question 1
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    A physiological writer is concerned with:

    answer choices

    gym class.

    brain activity.

    the normal functioning of an organism.

    monsters.

  • Question 2
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    Margaret had evil forebodings regarding Robert Walton's journey. She thought

    answer choices

    Something bad was going happen on the journey.

    Evil ghosts were all about.

    Robert was in a bad relationship.

    Robert was destined to die.

  • Question 3
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    The rainy dreary vacation provided an expedient for the writers to get in the mood and write scary stories for entertainment.

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    means

    show

    storm

    joy

  • Question 4
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    "You will rejoice to hear that no disaster has accompanied the commencement of an enterprise which you have regarded with such evil forebodings.

    answer choices

    acts of evil

    corpses

    feelings of something bad will soon happen

    joyful celebration

  • Question 5
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    I shall satiate my ardent hunger by going to the Chinese buffet after work!

    answer choices

    curb

    ignore

    satisfy

    stuff myself

  • Question 6
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    I preferred the glory and salvation to every enticement that wealth placed in my path.

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    sin

    sobriety

    cash

    temptation

  • Question 7
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    He had a fervent desire to understand the origins of life.

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    unhealthy

    passionate

    uneducated

    joyful

  • Question 8
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    My ardent desire to learn the skill led me to be a better professional.

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    enthusiastic

    trifle

    aversion

    formal

  • Question 9
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    His countenance revealed a deep emotional trauma I could see just by looking at his expression.

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    facial features

    thoughts

    pedantic

    passion

  • Question 10
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    We capitulated the terms of our agreement. Each side gave in a little to make a compromise.

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    cut off someone's head

    agreed to disagree

    surrendered and agreed on terms

    amelioration

  • Question 11
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    We diverted our solicitude from our own situation.

    answer choices

    We ignored our concern from our own situation.

    We divided our loneliness.

    We sought solitude.

    We looked away from their problem.

  • Question 12
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    A requisite for driving a commercial truck is a valid CDL.

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    option

    recommendation

    law

    requirement

  • Question 13
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    He was induced to go to work for the good of his 5 children by his very persuasive wife.

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    deviated

    persuaded

    reposed

    introduced

  • Question 14
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    We were in perpetual motion while the ship was at sea.

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    soothing

    extraordinary

    occasional

    never-ending

  • Question 15
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    When the rainbow came out after the storm, we felt it was an allusion to a spiritual event.

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    significant event

    spiritual song

    joyous occasion

    heaven

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