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The question below refers to the selection "from Beowulf." A lavish kingdom is: a. dry and barren c. full of hatred b. full of abundance d. happy
Weegy: a. dry and barren User: Someone who is extolled is: a. deported. c. praised highly. b. angry User: The question below refers to the selection “from Beowulf.” Beowulf slays Grendel in order to — a. save Hrothgar and the Danes from the monster b. prevent Grendel from invading the land of the Geats c. keep Herot from being destroyed d. carry off the treasure in Grendel’s lair Weegy: Beowulf slays Grendel in order to ? a. save Hrothgar and the Danes from the monster. User: The question below refers to the selection "from Beowulf." What was unusual about the way Beowulf fought Grendel? a. He went to fight alone with no men to back him up. b. Beowulf used magic against the monster and won. c. Beowulf wishes to prove the superiority of the Geats over the Danes d. He fought with only his bare hands and no other weapons. Weegy: The unusual about the way Beowulf fought Grendel is: d. He fought with only his bare hands and no other weapons. User: The question below refers to the selection “from Beowulf.” In Beowulf’s fight to the death with Grendel’s mother, the piece of his own equipment that saves his life is his — a. woven mail shirt c. sword, Hrunting b. helmet d. shield Weegy: In Beowulf’s fight to the death with Grendel’s mother, the piece of his own equipment that saves his life is his — woven mail shirt. (More)
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The question below refers to the selection “from Beowulf.” How does Grendel respond to the realization that Beowulf will challenge his fighting skills? a. joyously c. fearfully b. excitedly d. indifferently
Weegy: The question below refers to the selection “from Beowulf.” How does Grendel respond to the realization that Beowulf will challenge his fighting skills? C. Fearfully. He has never had to defend himself before. (More)
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The question below refers to the selection “from Beowulf.” Which is the best paraphrase for this passage from Beowulf ? —Then the sword / Melted, blood-soaked, dripping down / Like water, disappearing like ice when the world’s / Eternal Lord loosens invisible / Fetters and unwinds icicles and frost . . . a. God made the bloody sword turn to dripping icicles and frost. b. Beowulf loosened his grip on the bloody sword and it disappeared into the water. c. Beowulf’s bloody sword became liquid ...
Weegy: d. God made the sword melt and freed Beowulf from the magic fetters that bound him is the best paraphrase for this passage from Beowulf. [smile] User: The question below refers to the selection “from Beowulf.” What does the alliteration in the following lines help most to emphasize? "But Higlac's follower . . ./fastened those claws/In his fists till they cracked, clutched Grendel/Closer." a. Beowulf's family background c. the courage of Beowulf b. the sounds of the battle d. Grendel's fear Weegy: "But Higlac's follower.../fastened those claws/In his fists till they cracjed, clutched Grendel/Closer is B. the sounds of battle User: The question below refers to the selection “from Beowulf.” What does the alliteration in the following lines help most to emphasize? "But Higlac's follower . . ./fastened those claws/In his fists till they cracked, clutched Grendel/Closer." a. Beowulf's family background c. the courage of Beowulf b. the sounds of the battle d. Grendel's fear Weegy: The sounds of the battle in the following lines help most to emphasize. (More)
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The question below refers to the selection “from Beowulf.” The main struggle in Beowulf is between a. love and hate. c. peace and war. b. good and evil. d. courage and cowardice.
Weegy: The main struggle in Beowulf is between good and evil. (More)
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The question below refers to the selection “from Beowulf.” When Beowulf realizes that the battle with the fire dragon will go against him, he a. dies. c. curses fate and blames God. b. continues to fight. d. allows the fire dragon to inflict a mortal blow.
Weegy: When Beowulf realizes that the battle with the fire dragon will go against him, he continues to fight. (More)
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