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    Three Hours - AP Literature Practice Test.pdf
    Part 1:
    50-60 multiple-choice questions based on a series of prose passages and poems (two passages are prose, two are poetry) that represent three or four different periods and include the work of a female or minority writer.
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    The author of the following letter questions the traditional distinctions between comedy and tragedy. Read the passage carefully. Then write a cohesive essay in which you discuss his agreement and disagreement with the definitions of other writers and the literary devices he employs to justify his definitions of the two dramatic forms.
    The passage that follows presents the conversation of a man and woman looking back on forty years of marriage. Write an essay in which you discuss the differences between the husband's and wife's attitude toward marriage and the family. Explain how the author uses the resources of language to make a reader more sympathetic to the wife's point of view than to the husband's.
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    Part 1: Multiple-Choice
    55 multiple-choice questions based on series of prose passages (different sources, rhetorical modes {argument, cause & effect}, historical or literary periods, and disciplines) - analyzing the passage's style, content, and rhetoric.
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    synthesize an argument of your own, based on multiple given passages/sources, all dealing with similar subject matter
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Monday, September 24

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    A noun is the name of a person, place, thing, or idea. Singular nouns name one person, place, thing, or idea. Plural
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    Collective Nouns
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    Example:
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Wednesday, September 19

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