The answer is A- imagery because it wants to imagine it.
How do the rhyming couplets move the action forward? by including descriptive details about setting by connecting important plot points by illustrating the author's purpose by using the same number of syllables Up rose old Barbara Frietchie then,
Bowed with her fourscore years and ten;
Bravest of all in Frederick town,
She took up the flag the men hauled down;
The rhyming couplets move the action forward through option B: by connecting important plot points.What do you mean by rhyming couplets?
A Rhyming Couplet defines as to two lines of the same length that rhyme and reflects single thought.
Adding to it, the lines given passage shown as ''Up rose old Barbara Fritchie then, bowed with her fourscore years and ten; Bravest of all in Frederick town, she took up the flag the men hauled down''.
The poem provides the information about an old woman named Barbara Fritchie who did not oblige the Confederate forces by lowering her American flag when they came to Maryland where she lived.
Rest all options like A, C and D are incorrect because by including descriptive details about setting, by illustrating the author's purpose and by using the same number of syllables do not define rhyming couplets.
Therefore, correct option is B.
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the answer is by connecting important plot points
Label adverbs ADV, adjectives ADJ, articles AR, all words in prepositional phrases P, and pronouns PN. A crowd of spectators stood patiently waiting for the parade.
There are eight parts of speech. Noun, pronoun, adjective, verb, adverb, preposition, conjunction, and interjection. An adverb is a word which tells something about the verb or the work is done. A pronoun is a word which is used in the place of a noun. An adjective is a word which tells something about the noun or the pronoun. A preposition is a word which tells about the relation of subject to the object.
for the parade
. Read the paragraph. I was born in 1992 in Chicago. I moved to New York City when I was 12. I published my first story in my school’s literary journal when I was a freshman. I am now the editor of the school newspaper. I want to study journalism when I am in college. What would be the most effective way to revise this paragraph?
The most effective way to revise this paragraph is to avoid beginning each sentence with the pronoun I.
Starting every sentence in this paragraph with the pronoun "I" does not make it flow like a real narrative it gives the impression of being just sentences together without cohesion, a good revision would be to add connectors to make the transition from line to line and make it work as a whole and unite idea.
ill help you skip reading that long paragraph answer. the answer is "avoid beginning each sentence with a pronoun"
What theme does the story the stone and three brass pennies have in common