#1: For the narrator of “My Father Sits in the Dark,” the darkness rouses fears of the unknown; but to his father, the darkness feels
**my answer; B. comforting
is that right?
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#2: The authors of both memoir essays on language support their arguments about language by
A. including statistics drawn from research.
B. quoting experts in linguistics.
C. providing examples from their own experience.
D. engaging readers with many questions.
***my answer; C
right?? cuz aren't memoirs own experiences?? (i won't post the stories yet since they are lonnggg haha) but am i right?? isn't it C since memoirs are stories of the writer?
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nooo haha its okay... nvm about that but what about #2?? cuz for 1 I'm pretty sure its comforting :)
#3: With which of the following would author Richard Rodriguez probably agree?
A. Children should not attend schools where another language is spoken.
B. Most teachers do not have the good of their students in mind.
C. Immigrant parents should not bring their children to the United States.
D. All children need a public identity with a public language.
**my answer; D
is that right?? its based off Hunger of Memory, a memoir by Richard Rodriguez... idk have u read that?? lol
I first too are right
k aweomse! thanks :)
last one :)
Why does the poet repeat the word nothing in the final lines of “Daystar”?
A. to let readers “hear” the nagging sounds of the speaker’s children and husband
B. to help readers understand the speaker’s wistful desire for liberty
C. to suggest that the speaker finds no purpose in her life
D. to reflect the cheerful and peaceful nature of the speaker’s home
***not too sure... is it B?? or C???
Daystar by Rita Dove
She wanted a little room for thinking:
but she saw diapers steaming on the line,
a doll slumped behind the door.
So she lugged a chair behind the garage
to sit out the children's naps.
Sometimes there were things to watch--
the pinched armor of a vanished cricket,
a floating maple leaf. Other days
she stared until she was assured
when she closed her eyes
she'd only see her own vivid blood.
She had an hour, at best, before Liza appeared
pouting from the top of the stairs.
And just what was mother doing
out back with the field mice? Why,
building a palace. Later
that night when Thomas rolled over and
lurched into her, she would open her eyes
and think of the place that was hers
for an hour--where
she was nothing,
pure nothing, in the middle of the day.
So what do u think @ArkGoLucky ?? :) is it B? Or C?? :/ i can't choose between those 2 and i am pretty sure its not A or D.. but maybe it is? idk what do u think??
She focuses more on her wish for freedom so I say B