1) Read the following excerpt: Inhibitions most likely means---- a) Shyness b) Clearance c) Allowance 2) The reader can infer that "Our eyes opened. Too late." meant that---  a) They missed their stop. b) Reality was setting in. c) The passengers were tired. 3) "The world had become a hermetically sealed cattle car." can most likely mean--- a)  The loss of freedom and individuality. b) The loss of resistance and formality. c) The loss of existence. 4) Wiesel uses which type of figurative language in this line--- "The world had become a hermetically sealed cattle car." a) Simile b) Metaphor c) Personification 5) The word "pious" in this line most likely means-- " Her husband was a pious man who spent most of his days and nights in the house of study." means--- a) Stern b) Angry c) Devout 6) The woman shouting "Fire! I see a fire! I see a fire!" can be a foreshadow for---- a) A forest fire that will happen in the camp. b) Disaster c) The heat of the moment. 7) How does Wiesel characterize the woman when he states that "she looked like a withered tree in a field of wheat." a) Unique b) Outcast c) Weak 8) Read the sentence. "It took us a long time to recover from this harsh awakening." The reader can infer that--- a) The Jews were hopeful. b) The Jews were delusion. c) The Jews were realistic. 9) Why does Wiesel include this line "She is hallucinating because she is thirsty, poor woman ...That's why she speaks of flames devouring her ... " a) To explain how the setting impacted the Jews. b) To show that the Jews were still delusional c) To demonstrate that there are two sides to every story. 10) The line "Everybody out! Leave everything inside. Hurry up!" can be symbolic for---- a) The loss of all material. b) The end of one chapter and the beginning of another. c) The acceptance of reality.

"Night" Ch. 2 Inference Activity




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