AP English Quizzes, Questions & Answers
Welcome to AP English Quizzes & Trivia, where language comes alive and literature takes center stage! Are you ready to put your literary knowledge to the test and embark on a thrilling journey through the pages of classic and contemporary works? Look no further because this quiz extravaganza is tailor-made for all language enthusiasts! With our collection of AP English Quizzes, we bring you an engaging and interactive platform to challenge your understanding of English literature, grammar, vocabulary, and literary analysis.
Whether you're a student preparing for the Advanced Placement English exam or simply someone who enjoys exploring the depths of language, this is the perfect playground. Immerse yourself in a diverse range of quizzes that cover everything from Shakespearean sonnets to modernist novels. Test your knowledge of literary devices, poetic techniques, and the influential works that have shaped the English language. Each quiz is carefully crafted to keep you on your toes, with intriguing questions that will make you ponder, laugh, and maybe even gasp with surprise.
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Sample QuestionA literary work in which characters, events, objects, and ideas have secondary or symbolic meanings. One of the most popular examples from the 20th Century was George Orwell's Animal Farm, about farm animals vying for power. On the surface, it is an entertaining story that even children can enjoy. Beneath the surface, it is the story of ruthless Soviet totalitarianism.
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Sample QuestionFrankenstein’s initial reaction upon meeting with his creature can best be described as
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Sample QuestionRepetition of a word, phrase, or clause at the beginning of word groups occurring one after the other. Examples: (1) Give me wine, give me women and give me song. (2) For everything there is a season . . . a time to be born, and a time to die; a time to plant, and a time to pluck up what is planted.–Bible, Ecclesiastes. (3) To die, to sleep; to sleep: perchance to dream.–Shakespeare, Hamlet.
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Sample QuestionWHAT ELEMENT ONLY USE WORDS OF LITERARY WORK?
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Sample QuestionWhat is the definition for Concur
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Sample QuestionIn reference to your reading of "On Compassion" by Barbara Ascher, please read paragraph 7 (located in 50 Essays on page 36, beginning half-way down the page with the words "Up the avenue..."). In this paragraph, you will find each of the following EXCEPT:
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