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The questions below refer to the selection “The Far and the Near.” The engineer’s expectations of the women and their cottage are bound to be disappointing because a. the women live in squalor. b. his expectations are based on illusions he created over twenty years. c. his life experience has been completely different from theirs. d. the women have no reason to consider the engineer friendly or trustworthy.
Weegy: The engineer?s expectations of the women and their cottage are bound to be disappointing because b his expectations are based on illusions he created over twenty years. [ ] User: The questions below refer to the selection "The Far and the Near". What ultimate effect does the engineer's visit to the cottage have on him? a. It makes him suspicious of the people around him. b. It teaches him that life basically consists of a set of unrealistic illusions. c. It turns him into a bitter and cynical old man. d. It causes him to lose his desire to hope for something magical amidst a dismal reality. Weegy: a. It makes him suspicious of the people around him. User: The questions below refer to the selection “Winter Dreams”. What eventual effect does Dexter’s obsession with Judy and the things she represents have on his life? a. He works hard to become wealthy, successful, and respected. b. He loses his ability to experience and enjoy the passions and joys of life. c. He builds his life around the illusion that she will someday be his. d. He realizes that the aspirations he once had for himself are meaningless. (More)
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The questions below refer to the selection “A Wagner Matinée.” The description of the Nebraska farm creates an atmosphere of a. adventure and tension. c. boredom and apathy. b. desolation and hardship. d. productivity and vitality
Weegy: b. desolation and hardship. User: The questions below refer to the selection “A Wagner Matinée.” The tone of “A Wagner Matinée” can best be described as a. sympathetic. c. accusatory. b. distant. d. apologetic Weegy: b. desolation and hardship. User: The questions below refer to the selection “A Wagner Matinée.” The tone of “A Wagner Matinée” can best be described as a. sympathetic. c. accusatory. b. distant. d. apologetic Weegy: b. desolation and hardship. User: The questions below refer to the selection “Winter Dreams”. Upon his second encounter with Judy Jones, when she hits Mr. Hedrick with a golf ball, Dexter Green is overwhelmed by her ____. a. sincerity c. bad manners b. intelligence d. beauty Weegy: Upon his second encounter with Judy Jones, when she hits Mr. Hedrick with a golf ball, Dexter Green is overwhelmed by her beauty. User: The questions below refer to the selections “Winter Dreams”. Dexter quits his job as a caddy when he — a. joins the Army b. is told to caddy for the young girl Judy Jones c. gets into an argument with the nurse d. wins the championship Weegy: Dexter quits his job as a caddy when he is told to caddy for the young girl Judy Jones. User: The questions below refer to the selections “Winter Dreams”. At the end of the story, tears stream down Dexter’s face because — a. Judy has told him she never loved him b. he is mourning the loss of a dream or ideal c. Judy’s slap stung him painfully d. he realizes that Judy had never truly been beautiful Weegy: Is this from a story? Please be more specific so we can answer your question. User: The questions below refer to the selections “Winter Dreams”. What is Dexter’s motivation for pursuing Judy? a. He wants to work for her father. b. He sees her as a symbol of “the best.” c. He is the only man she is interested in. d. She seems shy and lonely. Weegy: The motivation is He sees her as a symbol of the best... User: The questions below refer to ... (More)
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The questions below refer to the selections “Winter Dreams”. Dexter Green can best be described as — a. ambitious and full of desires c. courageous and helpful b. judgmental and comical d. honest and trustworthy
Weegy: The questions below refer to the selections ?Winter Dreams?. Dexter Green can best be described as a. ambitious and full of desires [smile] Source: User: The questions below refer to the selection “Chicago”. Which of the following lines from “Chicago” is an example of Sandburg’s use of apostrophe? a. “I have seen the gunman kill and go free to kill again.” b. “And they tell me you are crooked and I answer: Yes, it is true” c. “I turn once more to those who sneer at this my city” d. “Under the smoke, dust all over his mouth, laughing with white teeth” Weegy: d. ???Under the smoke, dust all over his mouth, laughing with white teeth? is an example of Sandburg???s use of apostrophe. User: The questions below refer to the selection “Chicago”. The speaker believes the bad things that people say about Chicago because the speaker a. has witnessed them. c. assumes that Chicago is no different from any other city. b. has never actually been to Chicago. Weegy: Please provide the questions that you referred to for reference. (More)
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