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Aung San Suu Kyi agrees with the idea that — a. rights and liberties are a luxury that only rich nations can afford b. in spite of idealistic statements to the contrary, prosperity is more important than democracy c. every nation should strive for economic prosperity and the happiness of its people d. when a nation is economically successful, freedom automatically benefits
Weegy: c. every nation should strive for economic prosperity and the happiness of its people User: The Manders’s style of speaking shows that they — a. are people who try to keep up appearances b. are ashamed of their lack of education c. have no prior experience with boarding schools d. secretly hate each other Weegy: a. are people who try to keep up appearances User: Which of the following items is not one of the subjects of this story? a. The British educational system b. Social class and snobbery c. The sportsmanlike values of the cricket field d. The cruelty of children Weegy: c. The sportsmanlike values of the cricket field is not one of the subjects of this story. User: What game is crucial to the plot of this story? a. Cricket c. Blind man’s bluff b. Soccer d. Hide-and-seek Weegy: c. blind man's bluff User: According to the narrator, play is — a. a regrettable distraction from schoolwork b. dangerous if not supervised by adults c. children’s proper business d. acceptable after all chores are completed Weegy: Games at Twilight according to the narrator, play is acceptable after all chores are completed. User: The shed in which Ravi hides can be characterized — a. as being filled with rats, anthills, dust, and spider webs b. as confinement behind shutters that protect without cooling c. by the wonderful aroma of water on parched soil d. by long shadows and inky vegetation Weegy: The shed in which Ravi hides can be characterized b. as confinement behind shutters that protect without cooling User: At the end of the story, Ravi — a. feels victorious b. has become mature enough to shrug off a loss in a game c. feels defeated and insignificant d. is pleased he has won the affection of the other children Weegy: c. feels defeated and insignificant User: The use of imagery in this story — a. makes the story seem fantastic and unreal b. reveals the author’s identification with Ravi c. suggests that the story is an actual, ... (More)
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“Games at Twilight.” Which of the following statements is an example of descriptive imagery in the story? a. The children play outdoor games at dusk. b. Their mother “would not open the door.” c. Birds droop “like dead fruit”; the trees are “papery tents.” d. Everyone forgets about Ravi.
Weegy: The statement below is an example of descriptive imagery in the story.: Birds droop ?like dead fruit?; the trees are ?papery [ tents.? ] User: Which descriptive detail in the story is most likely to evoke an emotion of fear or eeriness? a. The gravelike smell of the shed b. Ravi smiling to himself at the thought of defeating Raghu c. The light in the doorway turning “to a kind of crumbling yellow pollen” d. The children staring at Ravi’s reappearance Weegy: The answer is a. The gravelike smell of the shed. User: The headmaster’s office was private and to students except when they were called in for a conference. Weegy: True. The headmaster’s office was private and to students except when they were called in for a conference. User: The headmaster’s office was private and _______ to students except when they were called in for a conference. (More)
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