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The shed in which Ravi hides can be characterized a. as being filled with rats, anthills, dust, and spider webs b. as confinement behind shutters that protect without cooling c. by the wonderful
aroma of water on parched soil d. by long shadows and inky vegetation
The questions below refer to the selection “Games at Twilight.” The shed in which Ravi hides can be characterized c. by the wonderful aroma of water on parched soil
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Ravis childhood can best be described as a. rebellious and irresponsible c. free and adventurous b. joyless and grim d. sheltered and privileged
Weegy: c. free and adventurous User: The shed in which Ravi hides can be characterized — Weegy: Ravi's hiding is done in silence so the narrator is the only one who can give us the mood and feeling of what is going on. The author uses different descriptions of the setting to do this. [ The shed where Ravi hides could at first seems dark and gloomy. As he realizes that no one will look there and he can win the game, the shed becomes warm and homey. The author also describes the feeling of being cooped up in a hot house to make the setting outside seem heavenly and the place the kids wanted to be. ] (More)
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The shed in which Ravi hides can be characterized a. as being filled with rats, anthills, dust, and spider webs b. as confinement behind shutters that protect without cooling c. by the wonderful aroma of water on parched soil d. by long shadows and inky vegetation
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