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5. What is the purpose in the play’s action of the Soothsayer’s warning, the strange sightings and the earthquake in Rome, and Calpurnia’s dream? A: The Elizabethan audience and Roman characters recognize these events as unearthly omens of dire acts. B: The conspirators hope that these events will frighten Caesar. C: Caesar plans these events to prove his supernatural abilities. D: The players use these events to amuse the audience.

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  1. anonymous
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    @emilybbydoll

  2. awesomeadam65
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    i haven't read this but i'll say C

  3. awesomeadam65
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    i have a good feeling it might be that answer

  4. anonymous
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    @emilybbydoll I think this is another Julius Caesar question, but all these questions are from an overal test so I don't exactly know what book goes with every question, soryr.

  5. anonymous
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    *sorry*

  6. anonymous
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    let me read a little and I'll tell you what I believe o:

  7. anonymous
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    Okay.

  8. anonymous
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    C: Caesar plans these events to prove his supernatural abilities.

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    Oh sorry I found another Julius Caesar question. 13. How does Marc Antony's rhetoric, such as his repeatedly calling Brutus an "honorable man," affect the crowd when he is giving his funeral speech? A: Antony uses his ability to speak skillfully to make the crowd hate Caesar for his ambition. B: Antony uses his ability to speak skillfully to make the crowd sympathetic to Caesar and angry with the conspirators. C: Antony uses his ability to speak skillfully to make the crowd bored with what has happened to Caesar. D: Antony uses his ability to speak skillfully to make the crowd mistrust everything that Antony says.

  10. awesomeadam65
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    i was right it was C

  11. anonymous
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    For my first question or this one.

  12. anonymous
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    Antony uses his ability to speak skillfully to make the crowd sympathetic to Caesar and angry with the conspirator

  13. anonymous
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    Thanks, that's what I though.

  14. awesomeadam65
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    C both of them

  15. anonymous
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    No problem! <:

  16. anonymous
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    @emilybbydoll What about my first question? 5. What is the purpose in the play’s action of the Soothsayer’s warning, the strange sightings and the earthquake in Rome, and Calpurnia’s dream? A: The Elizabethan audience and Roman characters recognize these events as unearthly omens of dire acts. B: The conspirators hope that these events will frighten Caesar. C: Caesar plans these events to prove his supernatural abilities. D: The players use these events to amuse the audience.

  17. awesomeadam65
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    its C

  18. anonymous
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    C: Caesar plans these events to prove his supernatural abilities.

  19. anonymous
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    I answered it already (: and so did @awesomeadam65

  20. anonymous
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    Oh sorry, one my question.

  21. anonymous
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    15. When the Ghost appears to Brutus at Sardis and says that they will meet again at Philippi, Shakespeare is employing A: irony. B: foreshadowing. C: falling action. D: hyperbole.

  22. anonymous
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    its okay! give me all the questions you need help on B: foreshadowing

  23. anonymous
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    I keep finding more Julius Caesar questions. :) 19. Antony says that Brutus is the noblest Roman of them all because A: of all the conspirators, Brutus alone acted for the good of Rome rather than for personal gain. B: Brutus’s family is well born and wealthy. C: Brutus and Antony were once close friends. D: Antony sarcastically insults Brutus, whom he considers a traitor.

  24. anonymous
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    A: of all the conspirators, Brutus alone acted for the good of Rome rather than for personal gain.

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    8. When writers make logical appeals, they seek to convince readers of their position by A: excerpting beautiful poems and other literary works that agree with that position. B: creating imagery and description that can affect readers’ emotions. C:using facts, statistics, and reasoning to support that position. D:including illogical claims or generalizations that mischaracterize opposing positions.

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