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Which of the following excerpts can be used to best illustrate the narrator's growing hostility toward the yellow wallpaper? A. I'm really getting quite fond of the big room, all but that horrid paper. B. I get positively angry with the impertinence of it [the paper] and the everlastingness. C. But in the places where it isn't faded and where the sun is just so I can see a strange, provoking, formless sort of figure, that seems to skulk about behind that silly and conspicuous front ...
Weegy: C. But in the places where it isn't faded and where the sun is just so I can see a strange, provoking, formless sort of figure, that seems to skulk about behind that silly and conspicuous front User: Choose the sentence with the correct use of the homonyms to/two/too. A. Although the sun was to hot for the two children they still begged to head too the beach. B. Although the sun was too hot for the to children they still begged too head to the beach. C. Although the sun was too hot for the two children they still begged to head to the beach. D. Although the sun was to hot for the too children they still begged to head two the beach. Weegy: The correct sentence is: C. Although the sun was too hot for the two children they still begged to head to the beach. User: Each of the following is an example of John's prescriptions for his wife except: A. John does not allow the narrator to write, even though she claims it allows her to relax. B. John does not permit the narrator to care for the baby. C. John does not allow her to eat more than two meals a day. D. John does not permit her to walk around in the “delicious” garden outside. Weegy: Which story is this from? [smile] User: Personally, I believe that congenial work, with excitement and change, would do me good. Which of the following is a synonym for the word in italics in the excerpt from the story? A. hostile B. pleasant C. suited to one's disposition and needs; agreeable D. congenital Weegy: Which word is in italics? We are not able to see italics here. User: What kind of room does the narrator believe her room was? A. a sewing room B. a family room C. a nursery D. a bedroom \ Weegy: I need to know that name of the poem or the novel and chapter you are referring to in order to answer this question. (More)
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What kind of room does the narrator believe her room was? A. a sewing room B. a family room C. a nursery D. a bedroom
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What does the word miserly mean? A. sly B. sad C. mean D. stingy
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The word miserly means: D. STINGY.
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