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AP Literature Tone Vocab

Subjects : english, ap, literature
Instructions:
  • Answer 50 questions in 15 minutes.
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  • Match each statement with the correct term.
  • Don't refresh. All questions and answers are randomly picked and ordered every time you load a test.

This is a study tool. The 3 wrong answers for each question are randomly chosen from answers to other questions. So, you might find at times the answers obvious, but you will see it re-enforces your understanding as you take the test each time.
1. Reserved - unassertive






2. Immature or childish






3. Uncaring - or feeling no emotion






4. Caustic or sarcastic in a mean way






5. Scornful derision - mocking - cynical






6. Scholarly






7. Full of rage






8. To deprive of force or strength






9. Carefree and unconcerned






10. Questioning - ridiculing - or chaffing






11. Heartfelt and serious






12. Abusive - or irreverent; vulgar or indecent






13. Harshly sarcastic






14. Foolish or insane






15. Prudent forethought






16. Lacking respect - derisive






17. Meditative or deliberative






18. Emotional attachment






19. With an air of superiority - talking down to






20. Tending or threatening to break out into open violence






21. Intending to instruct






22. Talking down to - conveying experience to one who has none






23. Uncaring






24. Overflowing and demonstrative






25. Inciting - stimulating - irritating






26. Distrustful (like Grant R.)






27. Having mixed feelings - could go either way






28. Hearty conviviality and good cheer






29. Lacking social grace - sensitivity or acuteness






30. Not emotionally involved - at a distance






31. Discourage






32. Overly obedient - dutiful - brown-nosing - fawning






33. Laid back - unwilling to get involved






34. Easily angered






35. Haughty - disdainful or contemptuous






36. All mighty or infinite in power; all-knowing






37. Praise






38. Totally rejecting of established laws or institutions.






39. Ill-humored - very down






40. To be exessively prideful or arrogant






41. Skeptical and unbelieving






42. Passive - accepting as inevitable






43. Sensitivity - relating to another's emotions






44. Mournful - dismal - or gloomy






45. Sorrowful lamentation






46. Reluctant or restrained






47. Inclined or eager to fight






48. Smug - oily (verbally that is) or excessively pious






49. Sarcastic






50. To act in an obsequious manner