Intro To Prose 2010- Quiz 1

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Questions and Answers
  • 1. 

    What are Nick, his father, and his Uncle George probably doing the day before their visit to the Indian camp?

    Explanation
    Nick, his father, and his Uncle George are likely engaging in both fishing and camping activities the day before their visit to the Indian camp. They might be spending their time fishing in a nearby lake or river, enjoying the tranquility of nature while trying to catch some fish. Additionally, they could also be setting up a campsite, preparing their tents, and gathering supplies for their overnight stay. This combination of fishing and camping activities suggests that they are making the most of their time in the outdoors before their visit to the Indian camp.

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  • 2. 

    Even from the kitchen, after the cesarean operation by his father, Nick can see that the upper bunk of the bed in the shanty sags with what?

  • 3. 

    To carry out the cesarean, Nick's father used a jackknife instead of a scalpel, tapered gut leaders as sutures, and probably what for a needle?

    Explanation
    The question is asking for the most likely item that Nick's father used for a needle during the cesarean. Given that he used a jackknife instead of a scalpel and gut leaders as sutures, it can be inferred that he would have used a hook or fishhook as a makeshift needle. This would be a logical choice as it would be sharp enough to penetrate the skin and sturdy enough to hold the sutures in place.

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  • 4. 

    On what does Harry watch the war?

    Explanation
    Harry watches the war on television or TV.

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  • 5. 

    With what does Harry touch the war?

    Explanation
    The question is asking about what Harry uses to touch the war. The correct answer options are "hand," "hands," and "his hand," all of which indicate that Harry uses his own hand(s) to touch the war.

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  • 6. 

    From the hallway, to what does Leo listen Harry put on?

    Explanation
    The question is asking about what Leo listens to Harry putting on from the hallway. The options given are "pants," "trousers," and "his pants." This suggests that Leo is listening to Harry putting on either pants or trousers, and specifically, Leo is listening to Harry putting on his own pants.

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  • 7. 

    What subject is Ali supposed to study in university?

    Explanation
    Ali is supposed to study either accounting or accountancy in university. Both terms refer to the same subject, which involves the systematic recording, reporting, and analysis of financial transactions.

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  • 8. 

    From what Pakistani city does Parvez come?

    Explanation
    Parvez comes from the city of Lahore.

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  • 9. 

    What falls off into the sea right before Rainsford follows it?

    Explanation
    In the given question, it is stated that something falls off into the sea right before Rainsford follows it. The word "pipe" is given as the correct answer. Although the question does not provide any context or further details, it can be inferred that the pipe mentioned is likely an object or a structure that was present on land and accidentally fell into the sea.

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  • 10. 

    What does Rainsford plans to kill before he prematurely gets off the yacht, before he finally agrees with Zaroff about what the most dangerous game is?

    Explanation
    Rainsford plans to kill a jaguar before he agrees with Zaroff about what the most dangerous game is.

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  • 11. 

    What topographical or geological feature serves as the direct analogy of the narrative crisis or climax in Connell's short story?

    Explanation
    The topographical or geological feature that serves as the direct analogy of the narrative crisis or climax in Connell's short story is a cliff, bluff, or precipice. These terms all refer to a steep, vertical or near-vertical rock formation that represents a significant turning point or moment of danger in the story. Just as a character standing on the edge of a cliff or precipice faces a critical decision or potential downfall, the narrative crisis or climax in the story presents a pivotal moment that will greatly impact the outcome of the plot.

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    What do the machines that Mary Sue's husband sells do to words?

    Explanation
    The machines that Mary Sue's husband sells are used to process words. This means that the machines perform some sort of operation or task on the words, such as editing, formatting, or analyzing them. The exact nature of the word processing machines is not specified in the question, but they are designed to manipulate or work with words in some way.

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