ENGLISH MIDDLE SCHOOL

Read the following passage from "The Nose." "Listen, my dear," he used to say when he met an old
woman in the street who sold shirt-fronts; "go to my house
in Sadovaia Street and ask 'Does Major Kovaloff live here?'
Any child can tell you where it is."
The speaker most clearly has a(n)
tone.
A. arrogant
B. suspenseful
O
c. humble
O
D. casual

Answers

Answer 1
Answer:

Answer:

C

Explanation:

The speaker most clearly has a humble tone.


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