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Based on what happens in Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, which word best describes the author's attitude toward Alice? A. unconcerned B. mocking C. sympathetic D. critical

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  1. anonymous
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    @Nanaperezz

  2. anonymous
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    @HerBondedSoulmate

  3. anonymous
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    awww I haven't read that :(

  4. anonymous
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    oh ok :[

  5. anonymous
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    i havent read it either but i watched the movie cx

  6. anonymous
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    oh ok

  7. anonymous
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    When you put it that way, I say it's A

  8. anonymous
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    can u help me with more

  9. anonymous
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    Yeah watchya got for me?

  10. anonymous
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    In "The Walrus and the Carpenter," why do the Walrus and the Carpenter invite the Oysters for a walk? A. The oldest Oyster asked them to do so. B. They plan to eat them. C. They want to talk with them about various topics. D. They want to ask them to sweep away the sand.

  11. anonymous
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    i think D

  12. anonymous
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    it makes more sence

  13. anonymous
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    Cx I wanna say B, actually. I remember that one a bit.

  14. anonymous
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    FYI I may not be correct

  15. anonymous
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    ill but b

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    Based on the poems in this unit, what conclusion can be drawn about Ogden Nash? A. He preferred to write poems that followed the same rhyme scheme and had the same rhythm. B. He thought it was okay for poets to break some rules of grammar and mechanics in their writing. C. He never understood why some poets used old-fashioned words in their work. D. He tried to avoid wordplay that might confuse readers or make his poems harder to understand.

  17. anonymous
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    What poems?...

  18. anonymous
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    Hey, what school do you go to?

  19. anonymous
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    sorry it was b i knew this one lol

  20. anonymous
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    How are Lewis Carroll and Edward Lear alike? A. Both men rarely included animals in their work. B. Both men only wrote narrative poetry. C. Both men often wrote about nonsense topics. D. Both men were famous for including riddles in their work.

  21. anonymous
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    Do you have an example of poems from Lewis and Edward?

  22. anonymous
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    no

  23. anonymous
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    its b

  24. anonymous
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    Okay.. Sorry I can't be more helpful than that.

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    Which statement is true about limericks? A. Limericks always tell true stories. B. Limericks always contain nonce words. C. Limericks always have four lines. D. Limericks always have five lines.

  26. anonymous
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    i think its a

  27. anonymous
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    Give me a sec

  28. anonymous
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    D is true

  29. anonymous
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    k

  30. anonymous
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    Which statement is true about nonsense poems? A. They are meant to show why someone or something is silly. B. They are meant to change readers' opinions on poetry. C. They are meant to be fun to read. D. They are meant to inspire readers.

  31. anonymous
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    last one

  32. anonymous
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    c

  33. anonymous
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    I haven't answered questions ages Cx OK umm I have a hunch it's C

  34. anonymous
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    k

  35. anonymous
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    i got a 69

  36. anonymous
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    but thanks any ways

  37. anonymous
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    Ouch but Yeah, no problem!

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