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hi im here
hey bro. LOVE ur new profile pic! jk unblock me
Ok yes I am here!!!!
ok so the other girl i worked with got me a grade of 42% so i have one more try do u think u can help me?
I can try.
u got a 42% ouch!!!!!!!!!!!!!😖
i know :(
So what are the questions
that means u did terrible!!!!!!!!!!!!!😱😱😱😱
From which point of view are both diaries and autobiographies written? A. third-person omniscient point of view B. second-person point of view C. third-person limited point of view D. first-person point of view
@CLOBBER02 is right. B
ok sam u just guessed and u got it right
i know and i did not guess
Which detail about Anne's situation almost immediately endears her to many readers? A. She belongs to an influential, wealthy family. B. She is in hiding from people who threaten her life. C. She suffers from a terrible illness. D. She is a young, carefree girl.
wrong its b
i will find u and i will kill u
Which phrase best describes the language Anne uses to describe Peter as she gets to know him better? A. anxious yet hopeful B. loving and sweet, but also shy C. gushing at first, but then more realistic D. romantic and girlish
I think it is B
So what are they?
By the end of their time in the Annexe, how has Peter Van Daan changed in Anne's eyes? A. He has become the object of Anne's admiration. B. He has become mean and petty, earning Anne's scorn. C. He has become more open, earning Anne's affection. D. He has become stranger and more distant.
It is C
What does the chestnut tree help Anne remember during her time in the Annexe? A. that "friends are approaching" to help them B. that she "has been given a lot" despite her troubles C. that despite the war, as long as natural beauty exists, she "cannot be unhappy" D. that "a great injustice" has been done to all of Holland during the war
I think it is C
Which phrase best describes the mood Anne creates in passages like the example below? "Riches can all be lost, but that happiness in your own heart can only be veiled, and it will still bring you happiness again, as long as you live. As long as you can look fearlessly up into the heavens, as long as you know that you are pure within, and that you will still find happiness." A. She belongs to an influential, wealthy family. B. She is a young, carefree girl. C. She suffers from a terrible illness. D. She is in hiding from people who threaten her life.
it is B
wrong question Which phrase best describes the mood Anne creates in passages like the example below? "Riches can all be lost, but that happiness in your own heart can only be veiled, and it will still bring you happiness again, as long as you live. As long as you can look fearlessly up into the heavens, as long as you know that you are pure within, and that you will still find happiness." A. courageous hope B. sorrowful realization C. desperate longing D. angry defiance
It is A
Which patterns of behavior cause many of the fights between Mr. and Mrs. Van Daan? A. She is full of petty complaints, and he is intolerant of her grumbling. B. She believes he can protect her, but he thinks that they will be caught. C. She believes that he is hoarding food, while he thinks that she eats too much. D. She dotes on their son, but he considers their son childish.
It is B
Which phrase best describes Anne Frank? A. smart and sensitive B. fearful yet proud C. defiant and bitter D. ambitious yet gracious
It is B
How did Anne's diary come to be published? A. A burglar stole the diary from the office, where Miep had hidden it. B. Anne mailed the diary to a publisher before her arrest. C. Soldiers found the diary and put it into print. D. Miep hid the diary till she could return it to Otto Frank, who decided to publish it.
It is D
ok so im gonna press submit now... r u 100% sure that all of these r correct?
Yes I think so.
got a 50% so i failed
What class is for and what is your grade and when do you have to turn everything in?
Which one's did you miss?
oh what grade are you in?
Oh that's why you are reading Anne Frank cause I did that in 8th grade too.
no i read anne frank i just have this diease where i cant remember stuff
Oh I'm sorry. I was just thinking that you were in a different grade.