Anne Frank Vocab Act I

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Anne Frank Vocab Act I - Quiz

Answer the following vocab questions with the correct answer.


Questions and Answers
  • 1. 

    Jubilation

    • A.

      The state of being unsure

    • B.

      A segment in a play

    • C.

      To irritate

    • D.

      Feeling of great joy

    Correct Answer
    D. Feeling of great joy
    Explanation
    Jubilation refers to a feeling of great joy. It is the state of being extremely happy or elated. This word is used to describe a sense of excitement and happiness that is often accompanied by celebration or rejoicing. It is the opposite of being unsure or uncertain, which is not related to jubilation. Additionally, it is not a segment in a play or a term used to describe irritation.

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  • 2. 

    Wallow

    • A.

      Silly, not using good sense

    • B.

      To think about all the time

    • C.

      Very evil, filthy

    • D.

      To make something using the materials you have

    Correct Answer
    B. To think about all the time
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "to think about all the time." This is because the word "wallow" is often used to describe someone who is deeply engrossed in a particular thought or feeling, often to the point of obsession. It implies a state of being mentally consumed by something, constantly dwelling on it and giving it excessive attention.

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  • 3. 

    Meticulous

    • A.

      A conversation between characters

    • B.

      Means of support, food, nourishment

    • C.

      Extrememly careful, particilar about details

    • D.

      Imitate

    Correct Answer
    C. Extrememly careful, particilar about details
    Explanation
    The word "meticulous" means being extremely careful and particular about details. This answer accurately reflects the definition of the word and its usage. The other options, such as "a conversation between characters" and "means of support, food, nourishment," do not align with the meaning of the word "meticulous." Additionally, "imitate" is a completely unrelated term.

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  • 4. 

    Act

    • A.

      A subdivision of a play

    • B.

      Awkward of embarassed in front of others

    • C.

      A feeling of great joy

    • D.

      A segment of action in a play, tells the setting

    Correct Answer
    A. A subdivision of a play
    Explanation
    The term "act" refers to a subdivision of a play. In a play, acts are used to divide the story into different sections, usually indicating a change in time, location, or plot. Acts help to structure the overall narrative and provide a natural break for the audience. Each act typically consists of multiple scenes and serves as a way to organize the progression of the play.

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  • 5. 

    Uncertainty

    • A.

      To think about all the time

    • B.

      Only one person speaking

    • C.

      Imitate

    • D.

      The state of being unsure of something

    Correct Answer
    D. The state of being unsure of something
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "the state of being unsure of something." This is because uncertainty refers to a lack of certainty or confidence in something. It means being unsure or not having a clear understanding or knowledge about a particular situation, event, or outcome. In this context, uncertainty implies a state of doubt or ambiguity where one may not have a definite answer or a confident belief about something.

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  • 6. 

    Dialogue

    • A.

      Only one person speaking

    • B.

      A conversation between characters

    • C.

      Feeling of great joy

    • D.

      Paying attention to details in a literary work and putting these together

    Correct Answer
    B. A conversation between characters
    Explanation
    The given answer, "a conversation between characters," is the most appropriate explanation for the given dialogue. The mention of "only one person speaking" suggests that there is a conversation happening between multiple individuals. Additionally, the phrase "a conversation between characters" implies that the dialogue is taking place within a literary work, where characters interact and engage in conversation. Therefore, this answer aligns well with the context provided in the question.

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  • 7. 

    Drawing Conclusions

    • A.

      Paying attention to details in a literary work and putting these together

    • B.

      Awkward of embarassed in front of others

    • C.

      To think about all the time

    • D.

      Means of support, food, nourishment

    Correct Answer
    A. Paying attention to details in a literary work and putting these together
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "paying attention to details in a literary work and putting these together." This answer is appropriate because it accurately describes the process of drawing conclusions from a literary work. By paying close attention to the details and putting them together, readers can infer and make logical deductions about the text's meaning or message.

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  • 8. 

    Scene

    • A.

      A subdivision of a play

    • B.

      Extremely careful

    • C.

      Very evil, wicked

    • D.

      A segment of action in a play, tells the setting

    Correct Answer
    D. A segment of action in a play, tells the setting
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "a segment of action in a play, tells the setting". This answer accurately describes what a scene is in the context of a play. A scene refers to a specific portion of the play where a particular action or event takes place. It also helps to establish the setting or location of the play. The other options provided in the question, such as "a subdivision of a play" or "extremely careful", do not accurately define what a scene is.

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  • 9. 

    Monologue

    • A.

      Conversation between characters

    • B.

      Only one person speaking

    • C.

      Argue over petty things

    • D.

      The state of being unsure of something

    Correct Answer
    B. Only one person speaking
    Explanation
    The term "monologue" refers to a form of speech where only one person speaks. It is a soliloquy or a long uninterrupted speech given by a single character. Unlike a dialogue or conversation between characters, a monologue does not involve multiple individuals speaking and interacting with each other. In a monologue, the speaker may express their thoughts, emotions, or opinions without interruption. Therefore, the given answer "only one person speaking" accurately describes the concept of a monologue.

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  • 10. 

    Aggravating

    • A.

      Argue over petty things

    • B.

      Imitate

    • C.

      Irritate or exasperate

    • D.

      Very evil or filthy

    Correct Answer
    C. Irritate or exasperate
    Explanation
    The word "aggravating" means to irritate or exasperate someone. It refers to actions or behaviors that cause annoyance or frustration. When someone is aggravated, they feel irritated or provoked. This can happen when someone argues over petty things or imitates others in a mocking or annoying way. The word does not imply being very evil or filthy, but rather focuses on the act of causing irritation or exasperation.

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  • 11. 

    Self-conscious

    • A.

      Awkward or embarassed in front of others

    • B.

      Extremely careful

    • C.

      Paying attention to details in a literary work and putting these together

    • D.

      To make something using the materials you have available

    Correct Answer
    A. Awkward or embarassed in front of others
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "awkward or embarrassed in front of others." Self-conscious refers to feeling uncomfortable or embarrassed about one's appearance, actions, or behavior when in the presence of others. It implies being overly aware of oneself and often leads to a lack of confidence or awkwardness in social situations.

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  • 12. 

    Bickering

    • A.

      Evil, foul, filthy

    • B.

      Imitate

    • C.

      Sill, not using good sense

    • D.

      Argue over petty things

    Correct Answer
    D. Argue over petty things
    Explanation
    The word "bickering" refers to arguing or quarreling over trivial matters. The given options - evil, foul, filthy, imitate, sill, not using good sense - do not accurately capture the meaning of bickering. However, the option "argue over petty things" perfectly aligns with the definition of bickering, making it the correct answer.

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  • 13. 

    Mimics

    • A.

      The state of being unsure of something

    • B.

      Imitate

    • C.

      To make something using the materials you have available

    • D.

      Paying attention to details in a literary work and putting these together

    Correct Answer
    B. Imitate
    Explanation
    The word "imitate" means to copy or mimic something or someone. It involves replicating or reproducing the actions, behavior, or characteristics of someone or something else. In the given options, "imitate" is the only word that accurately represents this meaning. The other options do not align with the definition of "imitate" and are unrelated to the concept of copying or mimicking.

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  • 14. 

    Makeshift

    • A.

      To make something using the materials you have available

    • B.

      Means of support, food, nourishment

    • C.

      A feeling of great joy

    • D.

      A conversation between characters

    Correct Answer
    A. To make something using the materials you have available
    Explanation
    The word "makeshift" refers to the act of creating or constructing something using the resources or materials that are readily available. It implies a temporary or improvised solution, often in situations where the ideal or proper materials are not accessible. This answer accurately captures the meaning of the word and aligns with its usage in various contexts.

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  • 15. 

    Sustenance

    • A.

      A segment of action in a play

    • B.

      To think about all the time

    • C.

      Silly, not using good sense

    • D.

      Means of support, food, nourishment

    Correct Answer
    D. Means of support, food, nourishment
    Explanation
    The word "sustenance" refers to the means of support, food, and nourishment. It is used to describe something that provides the necessary resources for survival or sustains life. In this context, it does not refer to a segment of action in a play or the act of thinking about something constantly. Additionally, it is not used to describe something silly or not using good sense.

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  • 16. 

    Absurd

    • A.

      Argue over petty things

    • B.

      Silly, not using good sense

    • C.

      To make something using the materials you have available

    • D.

      A feeling of great joy

    Correct Answer
    B. Silly, not using good sense
    Explanation
    The word "absurd" means something that is silly and does not make sense. It refers to actions or ideas that lack good judgment or reasoning. In this context, "argue over petty things" aligns with the meaning of absurd as it implies engaging in trivial or pointless arguments. This behavior is considered silly and lacks good sense because it focuses on insignificant matters rather than addressing more important or meaningful issues.

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  • 17. 

    Vile

    • A.

      Evil, wicked, filthy

    • B.

      A feeling of great joy

    • C.

      Awkward or embarassed in front of others

    • D.

      Imitate

    Correct Answer
    A. Evil, wicked, filthy
    Explanation
    The word "vile" is synonymous with "evil," "wicked," and "filthy." These words all convey a sense of extreme negativity, immorality, and disgust. Therefore, the correct answer is evil, wicked, filthy.

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