5 Steps to a 5 500 AP English Language Questions to Know by by Allyson Ambrose

By Allyson Ambrose

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The major claim of the passage is: (A) the pathetic fallacy is a character of poetical description (B) the pathetic fallacy can be classified into two types (C) the pathetic fallacy is used by the reflective and perceptive poets (D) the pathetic fallacy is used by inferior poets (E) the pathetic fallacy is believed by readers overwhelmed by strong feelings 52 ❯ 500 AP English Language Questions to Know by Test Day 146. The tone of the passage (not including the footnotes) can best be described as: (A) incredulous (B) scornful (C) evasive (D) didactic (E) curt 147.

71. The first paragraph contains all of the following rhetorical techniques except: (A) anaphora (B) metaphor (C) enumeration (D) understatement (E) asyndeton 72. At the end of the first paragraph, the writer sets up all of the following oppositions except: (A) rich vs. poor (B) weak vs. strong (C) lucky vs. unfair (D) wealthy vs. left-out (E) happy vs. shut-out 25 30 35 40 45 28 ❯ 500 AP English Language Questions to Know by Test Day 73. The passage as a whole mostly appeals to: I. ethos II. logos III.

The major claim of the passage is stated in which of the following lines? ” 93. The purpose of the passage is to: (A) justify the writer’s writing a biography of Lord Macaulay (B) describe the taste for biographies in the writer’s era (C) analyze the appropriate reasons for writing a biography (D) define the genre of biography (E) narrate the accomplishments of Lord Macaulay 94. The line “It would be almost as hard to compose a picture of the author from the History, the Essays, and the Lays, as to evolve an idea of Shakespeare from Henry the Fifth and Measure for Measure” uses the following rhetorical technique: (A) personification (B) metaphor (C) analogy (D) metonymy (E) synecdoche Biographers and History Writers ❮ 95.

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