What is the subordinate clause in the sentence?
While he was on vacation in Colorado, Ivan painted some beautiful landscapes of the Rocky Mountains and gave the paintings to friends.
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The Lyrids are a meteor shower that occurs in mid-April each year. In 2010, it peaked just before dawn on April 22. At that time, 15 to 20 meteors were visible each hour. Occasionally, the Lyrids display has been much more dramatic, with as many as 100 shooting stars per hour. In 2010, the viewing was expected to be excellent, as the moon was only in its first quarter, and the sky was relatively dark.
The author of the above passage conveys an informational tone by using
A.descriptive language like "relatively dark."
B.facts like the number of meteors per hour.
C.adjectives like "dramatic" and "excellent."
D.big vocabulary words and long sentences.
Lol I love option D... that made my day.
Okay, the keyword here is "informational"
What we want to do, is look for the keywords or any components that is going to make this sound informational. Things that make an article/story/book/sentence/ Anything informational, is facts, hard-core evidence, maybe quotes from scientists, professionals within a certain field, etc. ;
is it a
Not quite. That would be good if we were going for something to make it sound descriptive. :-) A descriptive piece applies to the readers senses, whether it be our sight, smell, sound, taste, touch.
We are looking for informational. Textual factual support.
No. I believe the correct answer to be 'B', because it gives facts about the topic they are discussing, such as numbers and such. It backs up what the author is writing about.