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Pass it along, the wiring party’s going outAnd yawning sentries mumble, Wirers going out.Unraveling; twisting; hammering stakes with muffled thud, They toil with stealthy haste and anger in their blood. How does the author use ambiguity to portray the tone in these lines? A. Certain words such as Party’scould have more than one meaning and reveals sarcasm in the author’s tone. B. The ambiguity is seen in the author’s use of “Anger” and “Blood,” which shows his anger about the war. C. The author is actually happy about the war as the wiring party keeps out the bad guys.

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    @ChelseaLee

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    I hope it's B cause on C I'm not sure.. try B though :3

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    aight lol

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    Wait if it has choices A B and C does this question have D?

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