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Tenth Grade (Grade 10) Literature Questions

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Grade 10 The Monkey's Paw
What is the first thing Mr. White wishes for?
  1. A bigger house
  2. 200 pounds
  3. To be emperor
  4. He doesn't wish for anything
Grade 10 The Lottery
What is "The Lottery" satirizing?
  1. cultural issues
  2. political issues
  3. human nature
  4. the nature of chance
Grade 10 The Monkey's Paw
What is one reason Sergeant Morris does not want the Whites to keep the Monkey's Paw?
  1. He wants it for himself
  2. He thinks it will sell for a lot of money
  3. He knows it can be very harmful if used improperly
  4. The paw is fake and he was lying
Grade 10 Greek and Roman Mythology
Grade 10 The Monkey's Paw
How does the family feel the morning after Morris' visit?
  1. Relaxed and relieved
  2. Anxious and upset
  3. Angry and confused
  4. Joyful and amazed
Grade 10 Greek and Roman Mythology
Grade 10 Romeo and Juliet
Juliet and Romeo got married in a                .
  1. Church
  2. Secret hide-out
  3. Forest
  4. Small house
Grade 10 To Kill a Mockingbird
Which of the following best describes the meaning of the following quotation?
"Mockingbirds don’t do one thing but make music for us to enjoy . . . but sing their hearts out for us. That’s why it’s a sin to kill a mockingbird"(Lee 90).
  1. It may be foreshadowing later events in the novel.
  2. It is an analogy that killing an innocent person which is wrong being equal to killing a mockingbird, which is pure, being a sin.
  3. It is a potential overall theme for the novel.
  4. All of the above.
Grade 10 The Tragedy of Julius Caesar
Caesar says, “Cowards die many times before their deaths: / The valiant never
taste of death but once” (Act II, Scene ii, ll. 32–33). What is the best interpretation
of these lines?
  1. Death is inevitable, but fear is a choice.
  2. A coward is more likely to be killed.
  3. No one can kill a valiant person.
  4. Cowards should be put to death.
Grade 10 Romeo and Juliet
Who did Juliet send to prove Romeo really wanted to marry her?
  1. Romeo's friends
  2. The Nurse
  3. Juliet's parents
  4. Romeo's messanger
Grade 10 The Tragedy of Julius Caesar
Why does Calpurnia urge Caesar not to go to the Senate?
  1. She has heard rumors of the conspiracy.
  2. She has had dreams that have made her ill.
  3. She believes her dreams are bad omens.
  4. She is uncertain of what the Senate might do.
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