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I'm not sure :(
I would say it is either A or C
give me a second im really good at english
Okay, thank you.
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Are you sure it's C?
I mean, I was thinking that, but I wasn't 100% sure.
could be a but i think c more than a
@Directrix if you aren't too busy, could you take a look at this?
I think it's A or C after reading it, but I really needed help to get a straight answer.
@ANIMALOVER02, please do not give out direct answers, as doing such is against OpenStudy's Code of Conduct. Thanks.
@Liv1234, I can help, but I'm going to guide you through it step by step.
Okay, thank you so much(:
So, let's take a look at the first sentence. The word abashed means to feel embarrassed or ashamed. So, what can we deduce from this?
It could mean that the companion wouldn't be embarrassed or ashamed in front of highly respected leaders.
Right, now let's take a look towards the end of the last line. Thither means the same thing as "there". What do you think this sentence could be implying?
It could possibly mean that they are going to a certain place. Like, they have a specific destination they need to arrive at.
i wouldd be glad to help but there is no answer please push asnwers out/thanks
That's a good start, but it's implying more that he does get called to King Williams court. So we can deduce that he is an important character.
So, if he is an important character we would be able to start eliminating some of the options, correct?
So, D could be eliminated because it doesn't mention anything about his appearance besides the staff he has.
Yes, very good.
B could be eliminated because it doesn't provide any information about him being wise or saying anything that would indicate that he has advice to give someone.
So, we are left with A and C.
Right. Now let's take a close look at the last sentence.
Can you help me with one more question after this by the way, I really appreciate you walking me through these.
"But the only thing about him that could be fixed upon as remarkable..."
And sure! ^.^
With the last sentence it gives us an indication that the person is seeing that this companion has a remarkable personality or appearance.
Not quite. It's saying that the only thing that seems remarkable about him is his staff.
So he seems like a normal guy, until you see his staff.
This makes me feel like the answer is C. I think this because no one really notices that he is an important person until they see his staff.
Thank you!!! I have one more question if you don't mind.
Sure! Just make a separate post for it. ^.^
Okay, I will. And I'll tag you.