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What do you need?
Have you read it? @Sam_and_Deans_doll
Many times XD
Alrighy. Well, I can only take this quiz one time, so please try to help me correctly. It is over due, and I havent had time to read it. @Sam_and_Deans_doll Here is question one.
In "I Know Why the Caged Bird Sing", what word can describe the tone Maya Angelou used overall? Question 1 options: an appreciative tone an amusing tone an excited tone an angry tone I think B.
I think B also.
Alright. Question 2.
.Maya Angelou includes vivid language and dialogue to help her readers to form a mental picture of life in Stamps. In the quotation below the author's use of ______ makes the piece authentic by allowing the reader to hear how the characters sound. "Put some more in that sack, child. Don't you try to make your profit offa me." Question 2 options: point of view rising action conflict dialect
I am not sure of this one.
.What is the significance of Angelou's admiration of William Shakespeare? Question 3 options: She later composes many Shakespearean sonnets. His writing shelter's her from other children. She loves beautiful language and appreciates many different writers. She rejects her grandmother's views of racism.
.Maya Angelou shows in the narrative that she Question 4 options: was jelous of siblings. made money for her family in cotton fields. longed for a mentor to admire. found out she was unable to read properly
About number 3? Yeah.
About all of them. So far.
Yep :) By the way number 4 is C
Last one. Mrs. Flowers can best be described as� Question 5 options: pretentious eccentric hateful compassionate
Sorry,I had to think about that one
Are you sure about all five of these? I am failing English and I can not retake this test. I have to make a 100 on it.
@sam_and_deans_doll I got an F......;-;
O.O I dont know why......I even looked up the awnswers to them and I know that story by heart!c Im really sorry about that though.
The system might have glitched.. I dont know. It says I got an F. 12/20 points. ;------------------;