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who is doing eng1 SEGMENT 2

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  1. anonymous
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    I'm not, but I've taken the actual English 1 class

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    on flvs

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    I might still be able to help, depending on what it is

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    ok

  5. anonymous
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    Writers organize their writings to make an impact on their readers. In Muir's writing about the Calypso Borealis, he places different ways to view his journey close together. Read the following paragraph and explain the opposite views present in the paragraph. What impact does Muir make when he places these opposite views close together?

  6. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    Without the paragraph to read, there isn't much to say, but it is possible that they're next to each other to keep ideas open if the writer isn't wanting the reader to take a specific side about something

  7. anonymous
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    Oftentimes I had to sleep without blankets, and sometimes without supper, but usually I had no great difficulty in finding a loaf of bread here and there at the houses of the farmer settlers in the widely scattered clearings. With one of these large backwoods loaves I was able to wander many a long wild fertile mile in the forests and bogs, free as the winds, gathering plants, and glorying in God's abounding inexhaustible spiritual beauty bread. Storms, thunderclouds, winds in the woods—were welcomed as friends.

  8. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    To me, it seems as if he(she?) views everything around as better. For example, the writer goes to sleep without dinner, but there is bread at other houses, while there isn't at his own. Using the beauty of nature, then mentioning storms, to me, seems like just a broad view of nature. The bread seemed to make him happier than ever, so all of nature was enjoyable. Idk that's just my view

  9. anonymous
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    i put the first He is able to connect with different readers by adding different perspectives. He also enlightens these

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    put thx u

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