ENGLISH HIGH SCHOOL

Who says the following and why? "This hot weather is making you soft . . . Be a realist. The world is made up of two classes—the hunters and the huntees. "
Zaroff is trying to convince Rainsford that his "sport" is natural.
Zaroff is explaining his moral philosophy.
Rainsford is agreeing with Zaroff in principle.
Rainsford is scoffing at Whitney's sympathy for the hunted animals.

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Answer 1
Answer: Rainsford says the following to Whitney. He says this as a part of a conversation they have about whether or not animals feel. Rainsford feels as if they do not.
Answer 2
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Rainsford says the following thing to Whitney, and He says this as a part of a conversation they have about whether or not animals have feeling.Rainsford feels as if they do not have feeling.

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Which of the following suffixes means “resembling”? A. -oid
B. -ity
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Answer: A. -oid

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Lines 88-99: What important reason does King give in these lines for opposing he war in Vietnam? Summarize King's defense of the reason he states.

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In these lines of his speech "Beyond Vietnam," King states that he has seven reasons for not supporting the war in Vietnam. The first one he gives is the fact that the struggle of black Americans and poor Americans at home and the war in Vietnam are connected.

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The most important reason King's gives for opposing the war in Vietnam is his commitment to the ministry. His defense for the reason he states is that god teachings were meant for everyone, the good the poor, the black the white.

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In the story "Paul's Case," why is Paul irritated and wretched after the concert? A. He has spoken with the singer. End of exam B. His real life is so different from his dream. C. He has seen his English teacher. D. He has to walk home in the rain

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In the story "Paul's Case," why is Paul irritated and wretched after the concert? A. He has spoken with the singer. End of exam B. His real life is so different from his dream. C. He has seen his English teacher. D. He has to walk home in the rain

The correct answer is: 
Pail irritated and wretched after the concert because His real life is so different from his dream.
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The third-person omniscient point of view is a method of storytelling in which the narrator knows the thoughts and feelings of all of the characters in the story,


On the other hand third-person limited, which bonds closely to one character's -- usually the main character's outlook.
It is whe The main difference is that third person limited happens when the story is told from a character’s perspective, while a story in third person omniscient is told by a narrator that is external to the story. You can also say omniscient narrator almost as a god: it can view, hear, understand, and know everything in the story.
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