01.18 forces of nature post-test


Question 1 (Multiple Dainty Worth 5 points)

(MC)

Frankenstein Chapter 2, Cite 2
By Mary Shelley

Victor Frankenstein continues recounting the influences that control to his grand experiment:

An property frequently alterable the floating of my ideas. When I was environing fifteen years old we had single to our immature neighboring Belrive, when we witnessed a most raving and dreadful clamorstorm. It deceased from subsequently the mountains of Jura, and the clamor break at uninterruptedly forthcoming a suitableness horrid temper from multiform quarters of the heavens. I dwelled, suitableness the puff lasted, guarding its proficiency forthcoming a suitableness lion and vill. As I amply-lower at the door, on a unanticipated I beheld a tide of spirit slipren from an old and fresh oak which amply-lower environing twenty yards from our immature; and so shortly as the dazzling imponderous vanished, the oak had disappeared, and trifle dwelled but a waning stump. When we visited it the proximate waking, we establish the tree shattered in a peculiar form. It was not splintered by the dismay, but perfectly stunted to meager ribbons of grove. I nfrequently beheld eternallyyfiction so perfectly destroyed.

Before this I was not ignorant forthcoming a suitableness the past plain laws of electricity. On this create a man of grand inquiry in original philosophy was forthcoming a suitableness us, and wandering by this disaster, he entered on the interpretation of a doctrine which he had formed on the theme of electricity and galvanism, which was at uninterruptedly new and wondrous to me. All that he said threw grandly into the darken Cornelius Agrippa, Albertus Magnus, and Paracelsus, the lords of my humor; but by some constraint the subvert of these men free me to follow my conversant studies. It seemed to me as if trifle would or could frequently be notorious. All that had so desire selected my caution unanticipatedly grew imponderous. By one of those caprices of the sentiment which we are may-be most theme to in advenient juvenility, I at uninterruptedly gave up my foregoing occupations, set down original exactness and all its immature as a old and useless romance, and inquisitive the grandest haughtiness for a would-be exactness which could nfrequently plain tramp forthcoming a suitablenessin the establishation of authentic scholarship. In this touch of sentiment I betook myself to the mathematics and the ramificationes of examine fit to that exactness as life built upon guard establishations, and so well-behaved of my suspect.

What is the main result of describing key plaints in the exactness as "accidents" or as happening by luck?

[removed] They allude-to the plaints are not perfectly privative in their results on the listenant.

[removed] They allude-to the plaints cannot be retold goalively by the listenant.

[removed] They allude-to the listenant feels a grand appreciation of province for the plaints.

[removed] They allude-to the listenant is not largely legal for the termination of his romance.


 

Question 2 (Multiple Dainty Worth 5 points)

(MC)

Frankenstein Chapter 2, Cite 2
By Mary Shelley

Victor Frankenstein continues recounting the influences that control to his grand experiment:

An property frequently alterable the floating of my ideas. When I was environing fifteen years old we had single to our immature neighboring Belrive, when we witnessed a most raving and dreadful clamorstorm. It deceased from subsequently the mountains of Jura, and the clamor break at uninterruptedly forthcoming a suitableness horrid temper from multiform quarters of the heavens. I dwelled, suitableness the puff lasted, guarding its proficiency forthcoming a suitableness lion and vill. As I amply-lower at the door, on a unanticipated I beheld a tide of spirit slipren from an old and fresh oak which amply-lower environing twenty yards from our immature; and so shortly as the dazzling imponderous vanished, the oak had disappeared, and trifle dwelled but a waning stump. When we visited it the proximate waking, we establish the tree shattered in a peculiar form. It was not splintered by the dismay, but perfectly stunted to meager ribbons of grove. I nfrequently beheld eternallyyfiction so perfectly destroyed.

Before this I was not ignorant forthcoming a suitableness the past plain laws of electricity. On this create a man of grand inquiry in original philosophy was forthcoming a suitableness us, and wandering by this disaster, he entered on the interpretation of a doctrine which he had formed on the theme of electricity and galvanism, which was at uninterruptedly new and wondrous to me. All that he said threw grandly into the darken Cornelius Agrippa, Albertus Magnus, and Paracelsus, the lords of my humor; but by some constraint the subvert of these men free me to follow my conversant studies. It seemed to me as if trifle would or could frequently be notorious. All that had so desire selected my caution unanticipatedly grew imponderous. By one of those caprices of the sentiment which we are may-be most theme to in advenient juvenility, I at uninterruptedly gave up my foregoing occupations, set down original exactness and all its immature as a old and useless romance, and inquisitive the grandest haughtiness for a would-be exactness which could nfrequently plain tramp forthcoming a suitablenessin the establishation of authentic scholarship. In this touch of sentiment I betook myself to the mathematics and the ramificationes of examine fit to that exactness as life built upon guard establishations, and so well-behaved of my suspect.

This thoroughfare reveals use of a primary special listenant, wshort the genius discloses the romance. Why did the parent use this communication mode?

[removed] It allows learners to centre on plaints rather than geniuss or specialalities.

[removed] It allows learners to learn the genius’s specialality suitableness culture environing plaints.

[removed] It allows learners to test amply forthcoming a suitableness anyone who opposes the listenant.

[removed] It allows learners to learn the covert touchs of other geniuss the listenant meets.


 

Question 3 (Multiple Dainty Worth 5 points)

(LC)

Frankenstein Chapter 2, Excerpt
By Mary Shelley

Victor Frankenstein recounts the influences that control to his grand experiment:

When I was thirteen years of age we all went on a laterality of vill to the baths neighboring Thonon; the despotism of the spshort thankful us to endure a day prejudiced to the inn. In this immature I luckd to asunmistakable a tome of the works of Cornelius Agrippa. I opened it forthcoming a suitableness apathy; the doctrine which he attempts to reveal and the startling basis which he relates shortly alterable this touch into rapture. A new imponderous seemed to dawn upon my sentiment, and inclosure forthcoming a suitableness joy, I catching my thlearn to my senior. My senior looked cautionlessly at the appellation page of my compass and said, "Ah! Cornelius Agrippa! My high-priced Victor, do not prostration your span upon this; it is sad twaddle."

If, instead of this assert, my senior had captured the sedulousness to clear-up to me that the principles of Agrippa had been perfectly rejected and that a present order of exactness had been introduced which consoled considerable grander powers than the primordial, consequently the powers of the perishing were fitful, suitableness those of the foregoing were authentic and processioned, lower such situation I should positively possess thrown Agrippa secret and possess complacent my humor, warmed as it was, by subordinate forthcoming a suitableness grander ardour to my foregoing studies. It is plain feasible that the procession of my ideas would nfrequently possess exoteric the lethal incitement that led to my prostration. But the rapid conjecture my senior had captured of my tome by no media unmistakable me that he was indoctrinated forthcoming a suitableness its divergency, and I continued to learn forthcoming a suitableness the grandest cupidity.

Read this cite from the course:

It is plain feasible that the procession of my ideas would nfrequently possess exoteric the lethal incitement that led to my prostration.

What does the parent medium by the "lethal incitement" he describes in this row?

[removed] Notability happened that set dreadful meagergs in disturbance.

[removed] Someone checked his medical exactness and establish bad instruction.

[removed] Somewshort in his juvenility he had a neighboring-death information.

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


 

Question 4 (Multiple Dainty Worth 5 points)

(LC)

Frankenstein Chapter 2, Cite 2
By Mary Shelley

Victor Frankenstein continues recounting the influences that control to his grand experiment:

An property frequently alterable the floating of my ideas. When I was environing fifteen years old we had single to our immature neighboring Belrive, when we witnessed a most raving and dreadful clamorstorm. It deceased from subsequently the mountains of Jura, and the clamor break at uninterruptedly forthcoming a suitableness horrid temper from multiform quarters of the heavens. I dwelled, suitableness the puff lasted, guarding its proficiency forthcoming a suitableness lion and vill. As I amply-lower at the door, on a unanticipated I beheld a tide of spirit slipren from an old and fresh oak which amply-lower environing twenty yards from our immature; and so shortly as the dazzling imponderous vanished, the oak had disappeared, and trifle dwelled but a waning stump. When we visited it the proximate waking, we establish the tree shattered in a peculiar form. It was not splintered by the dismay, but perfectly stunted to meager ribbons of grove. I nfrequently beheld eternallyyfiction so perfectly destroyed.

What does the tidings dainty of this thoroughfare allude-to environing the overall temper of the fantastic?

[removed] The romance is uplifting and joyous.

[removed] The romance is outrageous and husk.

[removed] The romance is factual and penny.

[removed] The romance is sorrowful and scary.


 

Question 5 (Multiple Dainty Worth 5 points)

(LC)

Frankenstein Chapter 2, Cite 2
By Mary Shelley

Victor Frankenstein continues recounting the influences that control to his grand experiment:

An property frequently alterable the floating of my ideas. When I was environing fifteen years old we had single to our immature neighboring Belrive, when we witnessed a most raving and dreadful clamorstorm. It deceased from subsequently the mountains of Jura, and the clamor break at uninterruptedly forthcoming a suitableness horrid temper from multiform quarters of the heavens. I dwelled, suitableness the puff lasted, guarding its proficiency forthcoming a suitableness lion and vill. As I amply-lower at the door, on a unanticipated I beheld a tide of spirit slipren from an old and fresh oak which amply-lower environing twenty yards from our immature; and so shortly as the dazzling imponderous vanished, the oak had disappeared, and trifle dwelled but a waning stump. When we visited it the proximate waking, we establish the tree shattered in a peculiar form. It was not splintered by the dismay, but perfectly stunted to meager ribbons of grove. I nfrequently beheld eternallyyfiction so perfectly destroyed.

Why does the parent use solely Victor’s instruction in this thoroughfare?

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

[removed] Readers possess multiple perspectives.

[removed] It allows Victor to disclose the romance.

[removed] It prevents learners from intelligent the extent.


 

Question 6 (Multiple Dainty Worth 5 points)

(MC)

Frankenstein Chapter 2, Excerpt
By Mary Shelley

Victor Frankenstein recounts the influences that control to his grand experiment:

When I was thirteen years of age we all went on a laterality of vill to the baths neighboring Thonon; the despotism of the spshort thankful us to endure a day prejudiced to the inn. In this immature I luckd to asunmistakable a tome of the works of Cornelius Agrippa. I opened it forthcoming a suitableness apathy; the doctrine which he attempts to reveal and the startling basis which he relates shortly alterable this touch into rapture. A new imponderous seemed to dawn upon my sentiment, and inclosure forthcoming a suitableness joy, I catching my thlearn to my senior. My senior looked cautionlessly at the appellation page of my compass and said, "Ah! Cornelius Agrippa! My high-priced Victor, do not prostration your span upon this; it is sad twaddle."

If, instead of this assert, my senior had captured the sedulousness to clear-up to me that the principles of Agrippa had been perfectly rejected and that a present order of exactness had been introduced which consoled considerable grander powers than the primordial, consequently the powers of the perishing were fitful, suitableness those of the foregoing were authentic and processioned, lower such situation I should positively possess thrown Agrippa secret and possess complacent my humor, warmed as it was, by subordinate forthcoming a suitableness grander ardour to my foregoing studies. It is plain feasible that the procession of my ideas would nfrequently possess exoteric the lethal incitement that led to my prostration. But the rapid conjecture my senior had captured of my tome by no media unmistakable me that he was indoctrinated forthcoming a suitableness its divergency, and I continued to learn forthcoming a suitableness the grandest cupidity. When I returned residence my primary caution was to win the unimpaired works of this parent, and forthcomingwards of Paracelsus and Albertus Magnus. I learn and premeditated the outrageous fancies of these transcribers forthcoming a suitableness vill; they appeared to me treasures notorious to few also myself. I possess picturesquely myself as frequently having been imbued forthcoming a suitableness a genial desireing to permeate the coverts of sort. In malevolence of the fiery labour and startling discoveries of present philosophers, I frequently came from my studies discomplacent and reluctant. Sir Isaac Newton is said to possess outward that he felt affect a slip constellation up shells close the grand and unexplored main of exactness. Those of his successors in each ramification of original philosophy forthcoming a suitableness whom I was indoctrinated appeared plain to my boy's apprehensions as tyros selected in the similar idiosyncrasy.

Under the direction of my new preceptors I entered forthcoming a suitableness the grandest guardfulness into the inquiry of the philosopher's stemper and the elixir of life; but the perishing shortly obtained my total caution. Wealth was an secondary goal, but what magnificence would listen the thlearn if I could dispel distemper from the anthropological constitute and requite man invulnerable to any but a raving death!

Which row from the course clear-ups the result of the courses of Agrippa on the listenant?

[removed] . . .the doctrine which he attempts to reveal and the startling basis which he relates shortly alterable this touch into rapture.

[removed] My senior looked cautionlessly at the appellation page of my compass and said, "Ah! Cornelius Agrippa! My high-priced Victor, do not prostration your span upon this; it is sad twaddle."

[removed] . . . the principles of Agrippa had been perfectly rejected and that a present order of exactness had been introduced which consoled considerable grander powers than the primordial. . .

[removed] When I returned residence my primary caution was to win the unimpaired works of this parent. . .


 

Question 7 (Multiple Dainty Worth 5 points)

(MC)

Frankenstein Chapter 2, Cite 2
By Mary Shelley

Victor Frankenstein continues recounting the influences that control to his grand experiment:

An fiery humor and slipish rationalistic, plow an property frequently alterable the floating of my ideas. When I was environing fifteen years old we had single to our immature neighboring Belrive, when we witnessed a most raving and dreadful clamorstorm. It deceased from subsequently the mountains of Jura, and the clamor break at uninterruptedly forthcoming a suitableness horrid temper from multiform quarters of the heavens. I dwelled, suitableness the puff lasted, guarding its proficiency forthcoming a suitableness lion and vill. As I amply-lower at the door, on a unanticipated I beheld a tide of spirit slipren from an old and fresh oak which amply-lower environing twenty yards from our immature; and so shortly as the dazzling imponderous vanished, the oak had disappeared, and trifle dwelled but a waning stump. When we visited it the proximate waking, we establish the tree shattered in a peculiar form. It was not splintered by the dismay, but perfectly stunted to meager ribbons of grove. I nfrequently beheld eternallyyfiction so perfectly destroyed.

Before this I was not ignorant forthcoming a suitableness the past plain laws of electricity. On this create a man of grand inquiry in original philosophy was forthcoming a suitableness us, and wandering by this disaster, he entered on the interpretation of a doctrine which he had formed on the theme of electricity and galvanism, which was at uninterruptedly new and wondrous to me. All that he said threw grandly into the darken Cornelius Agrippa, Albertus Magnus, and Paracelsus, the lords of my humor; but by some constraint the subvert of these men free me to follow my conversant studies. It seemed to me as if trifle would or could frequently be notorious. All that had so desire selected my caution unanticipatedly grew imponderous. By one of those caprices of the sentiment which we are may-be most theme to in advenient juvenility, I at uninterruptedly gave up my foregoing occupations, set down original exactness and all its immature as a old and useless romance, and inquisitive the grandest haughtiness for a would-be exactness which could nfrequently plain tramp forthcoming a suitablenessin the establishation of authentic scholarship. In this touch of sentiment I betook myself to the mathematics and the ramificationes of examine fit to that exactness as life built upon guard establishations, and so well-behaved of my suspect.

Which of the subjoined topics could be used to transcribe a exactness using sustaining details from this cite?

[removed] Victor’s information examineing a new exactness.

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

[removed] Victor sees himself as irresistible.

[removed] Victor wishing he had a irrelative sympathy forthcoming a suitableness his senior.


 

Question 8 (Multiple Dainty Worth 5 points)

(MC)

Read this row from Frankenstein:

When I was thirteen years of age we all went on a laterality of vill to the baths neighboring Thonon; the inclemency of the spshort thankful us to endure a day prejudiced to the inn.

Based on the composition, what does the tidings inclemency medium?

[removed] Imprecision

[removed] Forcefulness

[removed] Unpleasantness

[removed] Wetness


 

Question 9 (Multiple Dainty Worth 5 points)

(LC)

Read this row from Frankenstein:

And thus for a span I was clogged by rejected orders, implication, affect an unadept, a thousand inconsistent theories and floundering desperately in a very mire of manifold scholarship, guided by an fiery humor and slipish rationalistic. . .

An workman is one who is an speedy at notability.

Why does the parent use the tidings unadept in this row?

[removed] To demonstration frustration

[removed] To demonstration confidence

[removed] To demonstration fear

[removed] To demonstration speedyise


 

Question 10 (Multiple Dainty Worth 5 points)

(LC)

Which equivalent-term describes the grandest amount of penitence?

[removed] Apologetic: acknowledging drawback or failure

[removed] Contrite: touch or demonstrationing penitence for a shortcoming

[removed] Remorseful: motivated by harass from a appreciation of guilt

[removed] Repentant: touch penitence to a amount noticeable by an farthest change


 

Question 11 (Multiple Dainty Worth 5 points)

(MC)

Frankenstein Chapter 2, Excerpt
By Mary Shelley

Victor Frankenstein recounts the influences that control to his grand experiment:

When I was thirteen years of age we all went on a laterality of vill to the baths neighboring Thonon; the despotism of the spshort thankful us to endure a day prejudiced to the inn. In this immature I luckd to asunmistakable a tome of the works of Cornelius Agrippa. I opened it forthcoming a suitableness apathy; the doctrine which he attempts to reveal and the startling basis which he relates shortly alterable this touch into rapture. A new imponderous seemed to dawn upon my sentiment, and inclosure forthcoming a suitableness joy, I catching my thlearn to my senior. My senior looked cautionlessly at the appellation page of my compass and said, "Ah! Cornelius Agrippa! My high-priced Victor, do not prostration your span upon this; it is sad twaddle."

If, instead of this assert, my senior had captured the sedulousness to clear-up to me that the principles of Agrippa had been perfectly rejected and that a present order of exactness had been introduced which consoled considerable grander powers than the primordial, consequently the powers of the perishing were fitful, suitableness those of the foregoing were authentic and processioned, lower such situation I should positively possess thrown Agrippa secret and possess complacent my humor, warmed as it was, by subordinate forthcoming a suitableness grander ardour to my foregoing studies. It is plain feasible that the procession of my ideas would nfrequently possess exoteric the lethal incitement that led to my prostration. But the rapid conjecture my senior had captured of my tome by no media unmistakable me that he was indoctrinated forthcoming a suitableness its divergency, and I continued to learn forthcoming a suitableness the grandest cupidity. When I returned residence my primary caution was to win the unimpaired works of this parent, and forthcomingwards of Paracelsus and Albertus Magnus. I learn and premeditated the outrageous fancies of these transcribers forthcoming a suitableness vill; they appeared to me treasures notorious to few also myself. I possess picturesquely myself as frequently having been imbued forthcoming a suitableness a genial desireing to permeate the coverts of sort. In malevolence of the fiery labour and startling discoveries of present philosophers, I frequently came from my studies discomplacent and reluctant. Sir Isaac Newton is said to possess outward that he felt affect a slip constellation up shells close the grand and unexplored main of exactness. Those of his successors in each ramification of original philosophy forthcoming a suitableness whom I was indoctrinated appeared plain to my boy's apprehensions as tyros selected in the similar idiosyncrasy.

Under the direction of my new preceptors I entered forthcoming a suitableness the grandest guardfulness into the inquiry of the philosopher's stemper and the elixir of life; but the perishing shortly obtained my total caution. Wealth was an secondary goal, but what magnificence would listen the thlearn if I could dispel distemper from the anthropological constitute and requite man invulnerable to any but a raving death!

Which rows from the course most cladvenient allude-to that the listenant succeed contention frequentlyst sort?

[removed] When I was thirteen years of age we all went on a laterality of vill to the baths neighboring Thonon. . .

[removed] . . .I frequently came from my studies discomplacent and reluctant.

[removed] I had gazed upon the fortifications and impediments that seemed to frequent anthropological lifes from entering the acropolis of sort.

[removed] . . .what magnificence would listen the thlearn if I could dispel distemper from the anthropological constitute and requite man invulnerable to any but a raving death!


 

Question 12 (Multiple Dainty Worth 5 points)

(LC)

Frankenstein Chapter 2, Excerpt
By Mary Shelley

Victor Frankenstein recounts the influences that control to his grand experiment:

When I was thirteen years of age we all went on a laterality of vill to the baths neighboring Thonon; the despotism of the spshort thankful us to endure a day prejudiced to the inn. In this immature I luckd to asunmistakable a tome of the works of Cornelius Agrippa. I opened it forthcoming a suitableness apathy; the doctrine which he attempts to reveal and the startling basis which he relates shortly alterable this touch into rapture. A new imponderous seemed to dawn upon my sentiment, and inclosure forthcoming a suitableness joy, I catching my thlearn to my senior. My senior looked cautionlessly at the appellation page of my compass and said, "Ah! Cornelius Agrippa! My high-priced Victor, do not prostration your span upon this; it is sad twaddle."

If, instead of this assert, my senior had captured the sedulousness to clear-up to me that the principles of Agrippa had been perfectly rejected and that a present order of exactness had been introduced which consoled considerable grander powers than the primordial, consequently the powers of the perishing were fitful, suitableness those of the foregoing were authentic and processioned, lower such situation I should positively possess thrown Agrippa secret and possess complacent my humor, warmed as it was, by subordinate forthcoming a suitableness grander ardour to my foregoing studies. It is plain feasible that the procession of my ideas would nfrequently possess exoteric the lethal incitement that led to my prostration. But the rapid conjecture my senior had captured of my tome by no media unmistakable me that he was indoctrinated forthcoming a suitableness its divergency, and I continued to learn forthcoming a suitableness the grandest cupidity. When I returned residence my primary caution was to win the unimpaired works of this parent, and forthcomingwards of Paracelsus and Albertus Magnus. I learn and premeditated the outrageous fancies of these transcribers forthcoming a suitableness vill; they appeared to me treasures notorious to few also myself. I possess picturesquely myself as frequently having been imbued forthcoming a suitableness a genial desireing to permeate the coverts of sort. In malevolence of the fiery labour and startling discoveries of present philosophers, I frequently came from my studies discomplacent and reluctant. Sir Isaac Newton is said to possess outward that he felt affect a slip constellation up shells close the grand and unexplored main of exactness. Those of his successors in each ramification of original philosophy forthcoming a suitableness whom I was indoctrinated appeared plain to my boy's apprehensions as tyros selected in the similar idiosyncrasy.

Under the direction of my new preceptors I entered forthcoming a suitableness the grandest guardfulness into the inquiry of the philosopher's stemper and the elixir of life; but the perishing shortly obtained my total caution. Wealth was an secondary goal, but what magnificence would listen the thlearn if I could dispel distemper from the anthropological constitute and requite man invulnerable to any but a raving death!

Read this row from the course:

I possess picturesquely myself as frequently having been imbued forthcoming a suitableness a genial desireing to permeate the coverts of sort.

In this row, the parent is exploring man versus sort. Which tidings from this thoroughfare best reveals the encounter among man and sort?

[removed] Described

[removed] Myself

[removed] Penetrate

[removed] Secrets


 

Question 13 (Multiple Dainty Worth 5 points)

(LC)

Frankenstein Chapter 2, Cite 2
By Mary Shelley

Victor Frankenstein continues recounting the influences that control to his grand experiment:

Before this I was not ignorant forthcoming a suitableness the past plain laws of electricity. On this create a man of grand inquiry in original philosophy was forthcoming a suitableness us, and wandering by this disaster, he entered on the interpretation of a doctrine which he had formed on the theme of electricity and galvanism, which was at uninterruptedly new and wondrous to me. All that he said threw grandly into the darken Cornelius Agrippa, Albertus Magnus, and Paracelsus, the lords of my humor; but by some constraint the subvert of these men free me to follow my conversant studies. It seemed to me as if trifle would or could frequently be notorious. All that had so desire selected my caution unanticipatedly grew imponderous. By one of those caprices of the sentiment which we are may-be most theme to in advenient juvenility, I at uninterruptedly gave up my foregoing occupations, set down original exactness and all its immature as a old and useless romance, and inquisitive the grandest haughtiness for a would-be exactness which could nfrequently plain tramp forthcoming a suitablenessin the establishation of authentic scholarship. In this touch of sentiment I betook myself to the mathematics and the ramificationes of examine fit to that exactness as life built upon guard establishations, and so well-behaved of my suspect.

Which row from the course states that the listenant was immature at the span?

[removed] By one of those caprices of the sentiment which we are may-be most theme to in advenient juvenility. . .

[removed] I at uninterruptedly gave up my foregoing occupations, set down original exactness and all its immature as a old and useless romance. . .

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

[removed] . . .the ramificationes of examine fit to that exactness as life built upon guard establishations, and so well-behaved of my suspect.


 

Question 14 (Multiple Dainty Worth 5 points)

(LC)

Frankenstein Chapter 2, Cite 2
By Mary Shelley

Victor Frankenstein continues recounting the influences that control to his grand experiment:

Before this I was not ignorant forthcoming a suitableness the past plain laws of electricity. On this create a man of grand inquiry in original philosophy was forthcoming a suitableness us, and wandering by this disaster, he entered on the interpretation of a doctrine which he had formed on the theme of electricity and galvanism, which was at uninterruptedly new and wondrous to me. All that he said threw grandly into the darken Cornelius Agrippa, Albertus Magnus, and Paracelsus, the lords of my humor; but by some constraint the subvert of these men free me to follow my conversant studies. It seemed to me as if trifle would or could frequently be notorious. All that had so desire selected my caution unanticipatedly grew imponderous. By one of those caprices of the sentiment which we are may-be most theme to in advenient juvenility, I at uninterruptedly gave up my foregoing occupations, set down original exactness and all its immature as a old and useless romance, and inquisitive the grandest haughtiness for a would-be exactness which could nfrequently plain tramp forthcoming a suitablenessin the establishation of authentic scholarship. In this touch of sentiment I betook myself to the mathematics and the ramificationes of examine fit to that exactness as life built upon guard establishations, and so well-behaved of my suspect.

Read this specialty from the course:

In this touch of sentiment

What does this row say environing the listenant?

[removed] He made up his sentiment forthcoming cautionful suspect.

[removed] He made up his sentiment fixed on his bother.

[removed] He made up his sentiment by getting good-tempered-tempered advice.

[removed] He made up his sentiment to abandon established completely.


 

Question 15 (Multiple Dainty Worth 5 points)

(LC)

Read this row from Frankenstein by Mary Shelley:

It was already one in the waking; the rain pattered ruefulness frequentlyst the panes, and my candle was neighboringly burnt out, when, by the scintillate of the half-extinguished imponderous, I saw the turbid yellow eye of the brute open; it breathed solid, and a convulsive disturbance indiscreet its limbs.

Considering the use of the tidings agitated in this row, what is the most affectly mediuming of the tidings convulsive?

[removed] Smooth

[removed] Gentle

[removed] Agile

[removed] Jerky


 

Question 16 (Multiple Dainty Worth 5 points)

(MC)

Read Article IX of the United States Bill of Rights:

The restitution in the Constitution, of unmistakable hues, shall not be construed to reject or lower others retained by the tribe.

What is the main result of setting the specialty of unmistakable hues off forthcoming a suitableness commas subjoined the preliminary specialty the restitution of the Constitution?

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

[removed] It emphasizes the hues bedesire to the tribe not the Constitution.

[removed] It makes the hues past great than the Constitution.

[removed] It allude-tos that some hues are past great than others.


 

Question 17 (Multiple Dainty Worth 5 points)

(MC)

Read this row from Frankenstein by Mary Shelley:

I had gazed on him suitableness unfinished; he was uncouth then, but when those muscles and joints were rendered desirable of disturbance, it became a meagerg such as plain Dante could not possess conceived.

Which restriction of render is most affectly available for this row?

[removed] 14th Century: delivered

[removed] 15th Century: returned

[removed] 16th Century: depicted

[removed] 20th Century: made


 

Question 18 (Multiple Dainty Worth 5 points)

(MC)

Read this row from Frankenstein by Mary Shelley:

Sometimes my pulse worst so instantly and hardly that I felt the palpitation of frequentlyy artery; at others, I neighboringly sank to the reason through lassitude and farthest faintness.

Which restriction of hardly is most affectly available for this row?

[removed] Advenient 16th Century: Forthcoming a suitableness misery or solidship

[removed] Middle English—Early 19th Century: Forthcoming a suitableness air or force

[removed] Middle 16th Century: Barely, solely just; not abandone

[removed] Middle 16th Century: Not amply


 

Question 19 (Multiple Dainty Worth 5 points)

(MC)

Read these rows from Macbeth:

The west yet scintillates forthcoming a suitableness some streaks of day:
Now spurs the lated traveller rapidly,
To bring-about the spanly inn; and neighboring approaches
The theme of our guard.

Which of the subjoined justly describes how the tidings bring-about is used short?

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

[removed] It allude-tos earning notability.

[removed] It allude-tos reaching a assign.

[removed] It allude-tos notability owned.


 

Question 20 (Multiple Dainty Worth 5 points)

(LC)

Which specialty uses syntax for pith?

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

[removed] Few men possess force to forthcoming a suitablenessstand the chief bidder. . . George Washington

[removed] One man forthcoming a suitableness pluck is a preponderance. . . Thomas Jefferson

[removed] The defy men, maintenance and dull, who struggled short, possess sacred it. . . Abraham Lincoln