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In Beowulf, why does Beowulf sail with his chosen companions to Hrothgar’s kingdom? a. to bring home treasures from that rich kingdom b. to help Hrothgar by destroying a monster c. to
win glory by slaying a fire-breathing dragon d. to take over Higlac’s throne
In Beowulf, why does Beowulf sail with his chosen companions to Hrothgar s kingdom? b. to help Hrothgar by destroying a monster.
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User: In Beowulf, why does Beowulf sail with his chosen companions to Hrothgar’s kingdom? a. to bring home treasures from that rich kingdom b. to help Hrothgar by destroying a monster c. to win glory by slaying a fire-breathing dragon d. to take over Higlac’s throne

Weegy: In Beowulf, why does Beowulf sail with his chosen companions to Hrothgar s kingdom? b. to help Hrothgar by destroying a monster.
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User: The question below refers to the selection “from Beowulf.” All of the following are elements of an epic poem except: a. The hero is a great leader beloved by his people. b. The hero overcomes impossible feats in a quest for honor. c. The involvement of the supernatural is never used in the story. d. The story is told using emotional, strong language

Weegy: All of the following are elements of an epic poem except c. The involvement of the supernatural is never used in the story
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User: The question below refers to the selection “from Beowulf.” Which is the best paraphrase of the following passage from Beowulf ? So the living sorrow of Healfdane’s son / Simmered, bitter and fresh, and no wisdom / Or strength could break it: that agony hung / On king and people alike . . . a. Hrothgar felt a strong and unending sorrow that he had no power to overcome. It affected both him and his subjects. b. The king was in agony and out of his mind because of what his people had done to him. c. Grendel was furious at the Danes and so he inflicted great pain on the king and his people. d. Hrothgar felt an endless sorrow he couldn’t get rid of.

Weegy: Hrothgar embodies the required characteristics of a leader when the tale begins such as strength, bravery, and leadership, whereas Beowulf represents a true hero by trusting in God rather than in human beings or pagan rituals. [ [ His bravery, strength, and self-sacrifice shine throughout his underlying relentless optimism. ] ]
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User: Someone who is extolled is: a. deported. c. praised highly. b. angry.

User: Who is the most infallible out of the people below? a. Superman c. Ulysses S. Grant b. Adolf Hitler

Weegy: Adolf Hitler was an Austrian-born German politician and the leader of the National Socialist German Workers Party, commonly known as the Nazi Party.
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User: People who assail competition, a. avoid competition. c. cooperate with competition. b. attack competition.

Weegy: People who assail competition b. attack competition.
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