By Allyson Ambrose
Organized for simple reference and an important perform, insurance of the entire crucial themes provided as 500 AP-style questions with specific resolution reasons
five Steps to a five: 500 AP English Language inquiries to be aware of by means of attempt Day is adapted to satisfy your examine needs—whether you’ve left it to the final minute to arrange otherwise you were learning for months. you are going to make the most of going over the questions written to parallel the subject, structure, and measure of hassle of the questions inside the AP examination, followed via solutions with accomplished motives.
- 500 AP-style questions and solutions referenced to center AP fabrics
- Review motives for correct and incorrect solutions
- Additional on-line perform
- Close simulations of the true AP checks
- Updated fabric displays the most recent assessments
- Online perform exercises
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The first paragraph contains all of the following rhetorical techniques except: (A) anaphora (B) metaphor (C) enumeration (D) understatement (E) asyndeton 72. At the end of the first paragraph, the writer sets up all of the following oppositions except: (A) rich vs. poor (B) weak vs. strong (C) lucky vs. unfair (D) wealthy vs. left-out (E) happy vs. shut-out 25 30 35 40 45 28 ❯ 500 AP English Language Questions to Know by Test Day 73. The passage as a whole mostly appeals to: I. ethos II. logos III.
The tone of the passage can best be described as: (A) indignant (B) passionate (C) flippant (D) pensive (E) delighted Passage 3e: John Ruskin, Of the Pathetic Fallacy Now, therefore, putting these tiresome and absurd words52 quite out of our way, we may go on at our ease to examine the point in question,—namely, the difference between the ordinary, proper, and true appearances of things to us; and the extraordinary, or false appearances, when we are under the influence of emotion, or contemplative fancy; false appearances, I say, as being entirely unconnected with any real power or character in the object, and only imputed to it by us.
25 30 35 40 45 50 55 60 34 ❯ 500 AP English Language Questions to Know by Test Day 91. In context, the word “apology” in line 2 most nearly means: (A) an admission of error (B) an excuse (C) an expression of regret (D) a justification (E) a poor substitute 92. The major claim of the passage is stated in which of the following lines? ” 93. The purpose of the passage is to: (A) justify the writer’s writing a biography of Lord Macaulay (B) describe the taste for biographies in the writer’s era (C) analyze the appropriate reasons for writing a biography (D) define the genre of biography (E) narrate the accomplishments of Lord Macaulay 94.
5 Steps to a 5 500 AP English Language Questions to Know by Test Day by Allyson Ambrose