"Nope, I am not going to try out for the track team," Mayza told her friend. "Oh, why not? I am so sad, Mayza," Janie whined. "I thought we could be in this together. Please try out!" "I just don't have the time." Mayza responded sadly. "I am trying to keep my grades up. I need scholarships for college." Mayza looked up to see the track coach standing over her. "Mayza," she said, "I saw you at the practice run yesterday, and I was very impressed with your ability. I am hoping to see you at try-outs this afternoon. You know, there are scholarships available for winning students this year." Mayza looked up at her. "Coach," she said, I'll be there." Which line of dialogue impacted Mayza and changed the direction of the story? "Please try out!" "I am trying to keep my grades up." "You know, there are scholarships available for winning students this year." "I saw you at the practice run yesterday and I was very impressed with your ability."
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"Now, Valentine," said the warden, "you'll go out in the morning. Brace up, and make a man of yourself. You're not a bad fellow at heart. Stop cracking safes, and live straight." "Me?" said Jimmy, in surprise. "Why, I never cracked a safe in my life." What does the dialogue reveal about Jimmy Valentine? The warden thinks Jimmy is mature. The warden thinks Jimmy can turn his life around. The warden feels there is no hope for Jimmy. Jimmy admits that he committed the robberies.
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