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TNReady English I

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  • Practice questions: 12
  • Practice exams: 2
  • Pages of review: 4
  • Videos: 85

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Does the difference between a simile and metaphor still keep you up at night? Does the thought of writing a timed essay make you tick? Does analyzing literature make you anxious? No worries—Shmoop’s got your back. Our TNReady English I prep course will help perfect the reading and writing skills you’ve been learning all year and harness the necessary tips and tricks for this new exam, all while making sure that you get your 8-hour beauty rest.

Your journey through the TNReady English I Assessment will be filled with claims, oxymorons, and clauses of various forms, and with Shmoop’s guidance, you’ll be able to tackle these monsters in your sleep.

By the end of the course, you’ll be shined, primed, and ready to conquer the TNReady English I Assessment—give or take any scratches and bruises along the way.

What’s Inside Shmoop’s Online TNReady English I Prep

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Here, you'll find…

  • complete review of reading and writing topics
  • loads of practice problems
  • a diagnostic exam to help you assess your strengths and weaknesses
  • a full-length practice exam
  • test-taking tips and strategies from experts who know what they're talking about
  • chances to earn Shmoints and climb the leaderboard

Sample Content

For anyone who's ever wished for a life preserver to get out of an awkward situation, we introduce the humble euphemism, a nice way to say something uncomfortable. Good managers are experts in euphemism-speak, as evidenced by this fake speech.

"Listen, Marvin, finances are tight right now, and we need to downsize. You're a great guy, but we're letting you go. I'm sorry for this awful timing; I know your great-aunt's favorite parakeet recently passed away. Please don't cry, Marv. If you'd like to step into the washroom to collect yourself, I understand."

It's going to be okay, Marvin. Grab an adult beverage on your way out the door—as long as you're over 21. (And with a name like Marvin, we're assuming you are.)