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  1. Question 17

    According to our class studies, there are seven major Tenets of Romanticism. Which of the following is NOT one of them?

    16 options:

    Writing for all people

    Question 17 (3.8 points) Question 17 Unsaved

    In Wordsworth poem: “Lines written in Early Spring”, the passion in the words of what mankind has done to itself reflects romantic ideals because it is a plea for making things right again. This is an example of what Tenet of Romanticism?

    Passionate emotion

    Question 18 (3.8 points) Question 18 Unsaved

    "If this belief from heaven be sent,

    If such be Nature's holy plan,

    Have I not reason to lament

    What man has made of man?"

    In these lines from “Lines Written in Early Spring”, it is plain to see that throughout the poem the author is telling the reader that the nature is a powerful teacher and observing nature can be instructive, using personification and other figurative language.

    This shows Romantic ideas of nature and that nature is living all around us and is an example of which Tenet of Romanticism?

    Question 18  

    Nature as a source of spiritual nourishment

    Question 19 (3.8 points) Question 19 Unsaved

    Romantic poetry tends to show a strong appreciation for the power of nature on humans and focuses on the emotional impact of experiences. It also tends to fondly recall the ideas of the past, and appreciate the power of the human spirit.

    "La Belle Dame Sans Merci" draws on the Romantic idea of...

    Question 19

    Imagination over Reason

    Question 20

    In “The Lamb,” the central symbol is...  

    Question 20 options:

    a lamb representing the child speaker's purity

    Question 21 (3.8 points) Question 21 Unsaved

    For Blake, the symbolic opposite of The Tyger is —

    Question 21 options:

    Humanity

    Question 22 (3.8 points) Question 22 Unsaved

    Read the following excerpts from the poems, then answer the question below.

    from "The Tyger":

    In what distant deeps or skies.  

    Burnt the fire of thine eyes?  

    On what wings dare he aspire?  

    What the hand, dare seize the fire?  

    from "The Lamb"

    Little Lamb who made thee?

    Dost thou know who made thee?  

    Gave thee life & bid thee feed.  

    By the stream & o'er the mead...

    What is the effect of the rhetorical questioning in each poem?

    The questions serve to engage the reader and entertain them.

    Question 23 (3.8 points) Question 23 Unsaved

    "The Lamb" was written in a collection knows as Songs of Innocence, while "The Tyger" was in a collection called Songs of Experience. Which of the following accurately describes the juxtaposition of these poems?

    Question 23

    The poet expresses innocence and experience throughout the poems by the repeatedly questioning the creation of each animal.

    Question 24

    Read the passage from "the Tyger" below, then answer the question.

    from "the Tyger"

    Did he smile his work to see?  

    Did he who made the Lamb make thee?  

    By referencing the Lamb in this way, the poet is making what observation?

    Question 24 options:

    The poem is asking can one creator be responsible for both animals, although very different and opposite of each other.

  2. Question; 3rd person present: questions; past tense: questioned; past participle: questioned; gerund or present participle: questioning

  3. Kindly note that, you're to replace "at" with shift 2 as the text editor can't take the symbol

    Explanation:

    1) Question interface:

    package chegg;

    public interface Question {

       public String getTheQuestionText();

       public boolean isCorrectAnswer(String answer);

     

     public String getCorrectAnswer();

    }

    2) MultipleChoiceQuestion class:

    package chegg;

    public class MultipleChoiceQuestion implements Question {

       private String que;

       private String ans;

       public MultipleChoiceQuestion(String que, String ans) {

           this.que = que;

           this.ans = ans;

       }

       "at"Override

       public String getTheQuestionText() {

           return que;

       }

       "at"Override

       public boolean isCorrectAnswer(String answer) {

           if (ans.equals(answer)) return true;

           else return false;

       }

       "at"Override

       public String getCorrectAnswer() {

           return ans;

       }

    }

    3) TrueFalseQuestion class:

    package chegg;

    public class TrueFalseQuestion implements Question {

       private String que;

       private String ans;

       public TrueFalseQuestion(String que, String ans) {

           this.que = que;

           this.ans = ans;

       }

       "at"Override

       public String getTheQuestionText() {

           return que;

       }

       "at"Override

       public boolean isCorrectAnswer(String answer) {

           if (ans.equals(answer)) return true;

           else return false;

       }

       "at"Override

       public String getCorrectAnswer() {

           return ans;

       }

    }

    4) ShortAnswerQuestion class:

    package chegg;

    public class ShortAnswerQuestion implements Question {

       private String que;

       private String ans;

       public ShortAnswerQuestion(String que, String ans) {

           this.que = que;

           this.ans = ans;

       }

       "at"Override

       public String getTheQuestionText() {

           return que;

       }

       "at"Override

       public boolean isCorrectAnswer(String answer) {

           if (ans.equals(answer)) return true;

           else return false;

       }

       "at"Override

       public String getCorrectAnswer() {

           return ans;

       }

    }

    5) Quiz class:

    package chegg;

    import java.util.ArrayList;

    import java.util.Scanner;

    public class Quiz {

       private ArrayList<Question> questions;

       private ArrayList<Question> wrong;

       public Quiz(){

           questions = new ArrayList<>();

       }

       public void addQuestion(Question q){

           questions.add(q);

       }

       public double giveQuiz(){

           Scanner sc = new Scanner(System.in);

           int total = questions.size();

           int marks = 0;

           wrong = new ArrayList<>();

           for(int i=0; i<total; i++){

               Question q = questions.get(i);

               System.out.println("Question no. "+i+": "+q.getTheQuestionText());

               System.out.println("your ");

               String ans = sc.next();

               if(q.isCorrectAnswer(ans)) marks++;

               else wrong.add(q);

           }

           double score = marks*100/(double)total;     // score in percentage

           return score;

       }

       public void showWrongAnswer(){

           System.out.println("Solutions to your wrong answers: ");

           for (Question q: wrong){

               System.out.println("Question: "+q.getTheQuestionText());

               System.out.println(" "+q.getCorrectAnswer());

           }

       }

    }

    6) QuizTime class:

    package chegg;

    import java.util.Scanner;

    public class QuizTime {

       public static void main(String[] args) {

           Scanner sc = new Scanner(System.in);

           System.out.println("Enter number of questions: ");

           int n = sc.nextInt();

           System.out.println("Please choose type of question (enter 1, 2 or 3) : ");

           System.out.println("1. Multiple choice question");

           System.out.println("2. True or False type question");

           System.out.println("3. Short answer question");

           int choice = sc.nextInt();

           Quiz quiz = new Quiz();

           while (n>0){

               System.out.println("Enter question: ");

               String q = sc.next();

               System.out.println("Enter ");

               String ans = sc.next();

               Question question;

               if (choice == 1) question = new MultipleChoiceQuestion(q, ans);

               else if (choice == 2) question = new TrueFalseQuestion(q,  ans);

               else question = new ShortAnswerQuestion(q, ans);

               quiz.addQuestion(question);

               n--;

           }

           System.out.println("Give the following test: ");

           if (choice == 1) System.out.println("Note: all questions are Multiple choice question");

           else if (choice == 2) System.out.println("Note: all questions are True or False type question");

           else System.out.println("Note: all questions are Short answer question");

           double score = quiz.giveQuiz();

           System.out.println("your final score is: "+score+"%");

           quiz.showWrongAnswer();

       }

    }

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