Which excerpt is told from third-person point of view? A. Jonah raised his hand and asked the teacher, "May I be excused to use the restroom?" B. You raise your hand and ask the teacher, "May I be excused to use the restroom?" C. Raising my hand, I asked the teacher, "May I be excused to use the restroom?" D. I raised my hand and asked the teacher, "May I be excused to use the restroom?"


Answer 1

Jonah raised his hand and asked the teacher, May I be excused to use the restroom? is the excerpt is told from third-person point of view. Hence, option A is correct.

What is third-person point of view?

Third-person perspective When telling a story in the third person, the narrator stands apart from the action and describes the characters' deeds by using their names or the third-person pronouns he, she, or they.

The individual being spoked about controls the third-person point of view. He, him, his, himself, she, her, hers, herself, it, its, itself, they, them, their, theirs, and themselves are the third-person pronouns. Tiffany bought a new microscope for herself with the money she won at the scientific fair.

Thus, option A is correct.

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Answer 2
Answer: A is told from Third person point of View

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What conflict in the play Trifles centers around the discovery of clues in solving the murder of John Wright?


The play “Trifles” by Susan Glaspell deals with the issues of the women. The identity of a woman is mocked by the men in the play who believe a woman can only be recognized by her husband’s identity. The female characters in the play are named by their husband’s name. the moment when Mrs. Hale and Mrs. Peters understood the murder mystery, they decided to hide the evidence. When the ladies were knotting the quilt their husbands gave a mocking remark at them that women can never be out from their household chores. But the ladies had discovered the evidence of the murder. The evidence was the pet bird who was killed the same way as Mrs. Wright's husband. Hence, they concluded with the idea to hide the evidence to rescue Mrs. Wright as she was the suspect of her husband’s murder.

The conflict for the discovery of clue has been the hidden bird by Mrs. Hale and Mrs. Peters

The play Trifles by Susan Glaspell has been describing the conditions of women in society. The women have come across the interpretation of men and society.

The play has been revolving around the murder mystery of Mr. Wright. Male dominance in society has been described as women being named after their husband's names.

The clue for the murder mystery has been the killed pet bird in Wright's house. The bird has been killed in the same way as Mr. Wright. This leads Mrs. Wright to be the Murder suspect.

To rescue Mrs. Wright, Mrs. Hale and Mrs. Peters hide the killed bird. This has been the conflict for the murder mystery clue.

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a way to read (and understand) difficult material is to pretend you understand it and then explain it to someone else (or even to yourself). a. true b. false


If you pretend you get it, then you will explain it wrong, and it will be a big mess.

What evidence from the text supports the idea that Lady Macbeth believes here husband is too weak to kill the king? A. Hie thee hither. / That I may pour my spirits in thine ear B. Glamis thou art, and Cawdor; and shalt be / What thou art promised. C. Yet do I fear thy nature; / It is too full o' th' milk of human kindness / To catch the nearest way D. Which fate and metaphysical aid doth seem / To have thee crowned withal.


C because it suggests that Macbeth's is not cruel enough to kill the king. He has a kind heart and does not find the idea of killing the king because of his selfish reasons acceptable. Unlike him, Lady Macbeth is cruel and She thirsts for power so she would do anything, even if it means murdering someone, to get what she wants.
Well, I just took the quiz and the answer is option C
A world traveler offends his Musli host by crossing his legs showing the bottom of his shoe.

Why does the narrator of The Old Chief Mshlanga say that she found politeness difficult? A. from deep regret
B. from pure outrage
C. from great sadness
D. from lack of use



D. from lack of use


Doris Lessing's "The Old Chief Mshlanga" tells the story of an English-born white girl who was raised in Africa and although she coexists with many African natives, reproduces her parents' racist and wrong behaviors that believe white people are superior and have more rights than blacks. One day this girl meets Old Chief Mshlanga who is the leader of a local tribe. Old Chief Mshlanga shows the girl that her prejudiced thoughts are wrong and establishes a strong friendship with the girl.

The narration of this book is told from the first and third person point of view, so at one point the narrator (first person) says that he found education difficult due to misuse, that is, because he was not used to it.

The answer is D. Page 1478, second to last sentence to confirm it youself.
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