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Which person is most likely to deliver a panegyric? a. a mailman c. a police officer b. a politician Please select the best answer from the choices provided A B C
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The person most likely to deliver a panegyric is b. a politician. A panegyric is a speech in praise of something.
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When the Brobdingnagian prince makes fun of the ways of English society, Gulliver a. very nearly begins to laugh himself. c. scolds the prince for his lack of manners. b. makes fun of the Brobdingnagians. d. appeals to the king to punish the prince. Please select the best answer from the choices provided A B C D
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In Gulliver's Travels, Part 2 Chapter 3, when the Brobdingnagian prince makes fun of the ways of English society, Gulliver a. very nearly begins to laugh himself.
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Swift's main purpose in writing Gulliver's Travels was to a. criticize people in foreign countries. c. appeal to children. b. provide innocent entertainment. d. comment on society and human nature. Please select the best answer from the choices provided A B C D
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Swift's main purpose in writing Gulliver's Travels was to d. comment satirically on society and human nature.
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A morose person is a. bored. c. sad. b. curious. Please select the best answer from the choices provided A B C
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A morose person is c. sad.
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