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What is dramatic irony? A. Characters and readers are taken by surprise. B. One thing is said, but something else is meant. C. The reader knows something that a character does not. D. Characters are unaware that other powers control their fates.
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Dramatic irony is: The reader knows something that a character does not.

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Mercutio kills Tybalt.
Weegy: The scene opens with Mercutio and Benvolio on a hot summer afternoon in Verona's market square. Mercutio is teasing Benvolio when Tybalt arrives and asks for a word with one of them. [ Mercutio replies with witty insults, whilst Benvolio pleads with the two men to take their argument somewhere private. Then the newly wed Romeo enters. Unaware of Juliet's marriage, Tybalt calls him a villain, but is shocked by Romeo's calm reaction. Tybalt challenges Romeo to a duel but he refuses. Mercutio, outraged that his friend won't fight, draws his own sword and declares that he will take Romeo's place. He and Tybalt begin to fight, so Romeo attempts to restore peace by stepping between them. Tybalt then stabs Mercutio under Romeo's arm. As Mercutio is dying, he curses both families, blaming both for his doomed fate, but still manages to come out with witticisms. He is carried away accompanied by Benvolio, who breaks the news that Mercutio had died. Romeo, torn between love, anger and loyalty, blames Juliet for making him effeminate and says he should have fought Tybalt. When Tybalt re-enters, Romeo duels and kills him. Read more: ] User: The prince learns the truth about Romeo and Juliet from ___________. A. Lord Capulet B. a farewell letter Juliet has written C. the Nurse D. Friar Laurence Weegy: The prince learns the truth about Romeo and Juliet from - - D. FRIAR LAURENCE. (More)
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In my exhaustion, in my overwhelming exhaustion, I forgot all other obligations and went to sleep. What type of rhetorical device is used in the above example?
Weegy: In my exhaustion, in my overwhelming exhaustion, I forgot all other obligations and went to sleep. The rhetorical device is AMPLIFICATION. [ Amplification involves repeating a word or expression while adding more detail to it, in order to emphasize what might otherwise be passed over. ] (More)
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Which of the following options does NOT describe a fact? A. builds arguments and support ideas B. from reliable sources C. expresses feelings, attitudes, and beliefs D. can be proven true or false
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C. Expresses feelings, attitudes, and beliefs- - does not describe a fact.
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My aunt says that cooking meat slowly improves its flavor. Select the answer that identifies the modifier error and BEST corrects it. A. squinting modifier; My aunt says that cooking meat improves slowly its flavor. B. dangling modifier; Slowly, my aunt says that cooking meat improves its flavor. C. squinting modifier; My aunt says that slowly cooking meat improves its flavor. D. dangling modifier; My aunt says that slowly cooking meat improves its flavor.
Weegy: The sentence "My aunt says that cooking meat slowly improves flavor" has a Squinting modifier. The modifier "slowly" modifies the phrases "My aunt says that cooking meat slowly" and "slowly improves its flavor". Source: [ [ ] ] User: Wafting through the streets, the fresh-baked bread smelled delicious. Which type of modifier error, if any, does the above sentence contain? A. dangling modifier B. squinting modifier C. misplaced modifier D. The sentence is correct as it is written. (More)
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