Using___________ allows authors to engage a reader's senses.

Using___________ allows authors to engage a reader's senses.

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I believe that the best answer for this question is sensory language. Sensory language engages at least one of the five senses, be it smell, sight, touch, taste, or sound. It helps the reader to further visualize what they are reading. I am unsure of what the options are for this question, but hopefully this helps!

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By describing a mysterious visitor, by not stating the identity of the visitor and by revealing Dr. Lanyon's feelings about the visitor  does this part of the letter create suspense. Hence, option A, C and D are correct.

What is the story Jekyll and Hyde about?

A kind, smart, and well-respected doctor named Dr. Jekyll works with science's more enigmatic facets in an effort to access his "second nature." By assuming the identity of Mr. Hyde, his wicked alter ego who refuses to acknowledge or accept responsibility for his terrible acts and behavior, he does this.

One of Edinburgh's most intriguing personalities and the model for Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde by Robert Louis Stevenson is the renowned Deacon Brodie.

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Thus, option A, C and D are correct.

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Answer:

The underlined portion of the sentence is a Dependent Clause

Explanation:

A dependant Clause is one that can not state by itself to have a complete idea, it depends on a Main Clause to communicate something, "When my next-door neighbor fell and broke her hip" depends on the main clause since we do not know what happened to the next-door neighbor, besides one important characteristic of many dependant clauses is that they begin with a subordinating conjunction, in this case, the word "when".

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Answer:

D

Explanation:

It is dependent on a main clause, meaning it does not makes sense without a independent clause.

Solution 2

Answer:

the answer is D

Explanation:

It is dependent on a main clause, meaning it does not makes sense without a independent clause.

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Answer:

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Which of the following best summarizes one central idea of the passage from "Mother Tongue"? The way a person speaks English is nobody’s business but family members. The way a person speaks English is not noticed by business professionals. The way a person speaks English is not a good measure of intellectual ability. The way a person speaks English is the best criteria for a career choice.
Solution 1

After reading the essay "Mother Tongue," by Amy Tan, we can say that the following passage summarizes one central idea:

C. The way a person speaks English is not a good measure of intellectual ability.

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What is the central idea in "Mother Tongue"?

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  • The correct option is letter C. What Amy Tan defends in the paper is the idea that one's English does not necessarily represents one's intellectual ability.
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  • Tan says that her mother is an intelligent woman who is perfectly capable of communicating. It is other people's prejudice that prevents such communication from happening.

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Answer:

The option that best summarizes one central idea of the passage from "Mother Tongue" is The way a person speaks English is not a good measure of intellectual ability.

Explanation:

Amy Tan talks about her mother's 'broken English'. She says that when she was growing up she felt ashamed of the way her mother spoke. She is a grown up, now. Her mother understands all kinds of texts but she continues to speak in the same 'limited' way. Tan concludes that the way someone speaks is not a measure of intellectual ability.  Ability tests cannot measure her mother's passion, imagery and the nature of her thoughts.