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4. How does the reader know that the events of "The Fish I Didn't Catch" had a powerful impact on the narrator? A: Even as an adult, the author is still disappointed that he lost the fish. B: The author remembers and retells the story from his childhood. C: The author stopped fishing as a result of the incident. D: The author continues to enjoy going fishing in the country.
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What do you think it is? I think I know but I want to know what you think.
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D?

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I believe that it is B. He still remembers the story so he still remembers the lesson he was taught.
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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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I think it is C
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I agree.
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14. All of the following are types of hooks often used in persuasive pieces, such as the poems “If,” “Can’t,” and “Perseverance” except A: a thesis statement B: an intriguing question C: a striking comparison D: an unexpected fact of claim
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I think D
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I'm not sure on this one--
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16. The speaker in Langston Hughes's poem, "Mother to Son," says, "Life for me ain't been no crystal stair." This means that A: the speaker has never had a crystal staircase in her house. B: the speaker is no longer in touch with reality. C: the speaker's life has not been grand or easy. D: the speaker is confused and disgusted with her life.
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I think it is C
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I agree on this one.
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18. What advice does Robert E. Lee give his son in “Letter to His Son”? A: Stand up for the traditions and beliefs of the American South. B: Improve life for all the people of the nation. C: Don’t give up, even when times are hard. D: Give people your trust, unless they prove themselves untrustworthy
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I'm not sure on this one
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I think C.
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20. What technique do the authors of “Rebecca” and “The Story of Augustus” both use to get their advice across to readers? A: interesting questions to get readers thinking B: logical fallacies to support their positions C: humor and exaggeration to amuse readers D: narratives of autobiographical incidents to keep readers’ attention I'm not sure on this one either.
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I can say the same thing. Perhaps someone else can help?

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