New York Teachers' Monographs Volume 21

New York Teachers' Monographs Volume 21

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1916 edition. Excerpt: ... subordinate clause, kind, syntax. (70) How is "that used and syntax? Select a phrase, kind, relation. (60) Select the participles and state how used. (65-66) Explain use of the two apostrophies. (1) Explain the figure of speech inline 60. (2) What does Act III show as to the success and failure of the conspiracy? (3) What is shown of Czesar in his first speech? (4) Why does Caesar reserve till last that which touches himself? (5) Why do you suppose Caesar did not read the warning? (6) What motive had Decius for interrupting Artemidorus? (7 ) Compare the actions af Brutus and Cassius in their suspense. ( 8) What is Trebonius supposed to do? (9) Quote a line or two that shows Caesar's vanity. (10) By what means may intelligence of the conspiracy have become known? ACT III. SCENE I.--(Lines 70-145). Explain meaning: (1) bootless; (2) Et tu, Brutus; (3) common pulpits; (4) debt is paid; (5) mutiny; (6) nor to no Roman else; (7) abide; (8) Fates, we will know your pleas ure; (9) stand upon; (10) basis; (11) Pompey's statue; (12) soft; (13) thorough; (14) I have a mind. Question (1) How does the expression "let us bathe" carry out Calpurnia's dream? ( 2) Supply omissions in lines 159-160; (3) How does Cassius regard Antony? Quote two or three lines to show this. (Lines 146, etc.) Refer Act II, Scene l. (4) What is the tone of Antony's message to Brutus? (5) Why is Brutus deceived by it? (6) Which man is more generous, Brutus or Cassius? (7) What is Antony's purpose in sending his servant? Lines (165) Case and syntax of "Antony." Parse "beg." (169-170) Give case and syntax "business" and "hearts." (172) Reason for comma after "pity...".show more

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