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In the following paragraph, which word uses a negative tone?

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The concert festival was a failure in all ways but one: ROXXOR gave a fantastic performance. Throughout the day, the festival planners angered guests by running out of food and drinks, offering only muddy corners under insect-infested trees for shade from the hot sun, and act after act of low-rate, amateur bands. But then, when the fans had just about had enough, ROXXOR took the stage. The lead singer enraptured the crowd with his lyrical voice, the drummer pounded out energetic rhythms, and, finally, the people began to cheer.
energetic enraptured infested cheer
enraptured

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When you need to be objective, what should you do with bias? Use it openly. Admit it up front. Hide it well. Put it aside.
Infested
Grr which one is correct? lol
Put it aside.
Infested.
Its infested. Trust me. And yeah, put it aside.
Nope @jazy
What does it mean when someone has predetermined feelings about something? That person is ignorant. That person has a bias. That person is intelligent. That person has an ethos.
That person is ignorant. ?
Either ignorant or bias...
I think B. That person has bias.
Which is an example of a conflict of interest? A reporter writes about a company he or she is currently suing. A reporter writes about a company that has just broken the law. A reporter writes about a team that just won the championship. A reporter writes about a politician who has just lost the election.
A reporter writes about a politician who has just lost the election.
are u sure? does anyone else agree ?
Yeah its the last choice
Why does the writer of the following paragraph describe the other bands as “low-rate” and “amateur”?
The concert festival was a failure in all ways but one: ROXXOR gave a fantastic performance. Throughout the day, the festival planners angered guests by running out of food and drinks, offering only muddy corners under insect-infested trees for shade from the hot sun, and act after act of low-rate, amateur bands. But then, when the fans had just about had enough, ROXXOR took the stage. The lead singer enraptured the crowd with his lyrical voice, the drummer pounded out energetic rhythms, and, finally, the people began to cheer.
The writer is showing a bias in favor or ROXXOR. The writer is showing a bias against ROXXOR. The writer is showing a bias in favor of concerts. The writer is showing a bias against concerts.
I think A)The writer is showing bias in favor of ROXXOR.
how about @Agent_Sniffles others :)
Jazy is right.
The writer is showing a bias against ROXXOR.

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