What does this line mean? The monster's/Thoughts were as quick as his greed or his claws . . . .
A. He is hungry.
B. He has intelligence.
C. He has sharp claws.
D. He is not trustworthy.
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i have a couple more questions like this ... could you help me with them? @Littlebird
Are you doing Test?
yes @Ryaan ... they ask me a lot of questions that really confuse me beacuse they seem like more than one answer is right :/
So it is a Test ?? at this time you doing a Test?
If it is we can't help you!
This site doesn't allow us to help during Test!
@ryaan yea its an online summer school ... I’m taking it because I failed English last year :/ ... like I said they give you these test with a lot of questions like the one above and I get them wrong ...I can do the poetry stuff and write essays no problem, but when it come to questions like that they escape me ... to me I feel like it could be any of the answers ... it just depends on how you interpret what the author is trying to say ... I usually interpret it wrong though :P
Really sad to hear!
Well, what I can say!
''Start studying'' and understand! What the question is saying!
You just have to eliminate wrong options! And you can do it if you have studied well enough!
Good luck btw!
:) thanks ... I'll be sure to ask all future questions after the test from now on ... sorry about that @Ryaan