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Free Exam: Hatchet: English Test

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Question 1

Page 60 - The meal had been turkey and they cooked it in the back yard in the barbecue over charcoal with the lid down tight. His father had put hickory chips on the charcoal and the smell of the cooking turkey and the hickory smoke had filled the yard. When his father took the lid off, smiling, the smile that had come out was unbelievable, and when they sat to eat the meat was wet with juice and rich and had the taste of smoke in it . . . He had to stop this. His mouth was full of saliva and his stomach was twisting and growling.

This selection uses which common literary technique?

Type: Multiple choice
Points: 1
Randomize answers: No

Question 2

Read these lines from Hatchet.

Page 98 - He smiled. City boy, he thought. Oh, you city boy with your city ways-he made a mirror in his mind, a mirror of himself, and saw how he must look. City boy with your city ways sitting in the sand trying to read the tracks and not knowing, not understanding.

This passage includes which literary technique?

Type: Multiple choice
Points: 1
Randomize answers: No

Question 3

Page 4 - "Ever fly in the copilot's seat before?" He leaned over and lifted the headset off his right ear and put it on his temple, yelling to overcome the sound of the engine . . . "First time."
"It's not as complicated as it looks. Good plane like this almost flies itself." The pilot shrugged. "Makes my job easy." . . .
Brian shook his head. "I'd better not."
"Sure. Try. . . "

This selection uses which common literary technique?

Type: Multiple choice
Points: 1
Randomize answers: No

Question 4

Read this line from Hatchet.

Page 152 - He started to move, ever so slowly; her head turned and her back hair went up-like the hair on an angry dog-and he stopped, took a slow breath, the hair went down and she ate.

This line includes which literary technique?

Type: Multiple choice
Points: 1
Randomize answers: No

Question 5

Which of these lines from Hatchet is an example of personification?

Type: Multiple choice
Points: 1
Randomize answers: No

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