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Read the passage below carefully and answer the question that follows.
Solid, rumbling, likely to erupt without prior notice, Macon kept each member of his family awkward with fear. His hatred of his wife glittered and sparkled in every word he spoke to her. The disappointment he felt in his daughters sifted down on them like ash, dulling their buttery complexions and choking the lilt out of what should have been girlish voices. Under the frozen heat of his glance they tripped over door ...**Weegy:** The answer is C. Dangerous. **User:** Lennie looked timidly over to him, “George ”
“Yeah, what ya want ”
“Where we goin’, George ”
The little man jerked down the brim of his hat and scowled over at Lennie. “So, you forgot that awready, did you? I gotta tell you again, do I. . . . ”
“I forgot,” Lennie said softly. “I tried not to forget. Honest . . . I did, George.”
Now study the graphic organizer.
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Based on the excerpt and the graphic organizer above, which of the following BEST completes the graphic organizer?
A.
The prediction is accurate: Clearly from the excerpt, we can see that Lennie is the “men” and George is the “mouse.”
B.
The prediction is accurate: There is no mention of a mouse, but there is enough evidence to conclude that there are indeed mice in the story.
C.
The prediction is inaccurate: There is no mention of a mouse, so the title must mean something else.
D.
The prediction is inaccurate: The title is misleading because there is no mention of mice.
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Based on the diction in the quote below from poet W. H. Auden, which of the following inferences can be made?
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Three times the sum of a number and seven is two less than five times the number. User: Three times the sum of a number and seven is two less than five times the number.
A.
3x + 7 = 5x – 2
B.
3(x + 7) = 5x – 2
C.
3(x + 7) = 2 – 5x
D.
3x + 7 = 2 – 5x **Weegy:** what is this ? sign? what value is it is supposed to? Is it supposed to be a positive sign? **User:** Three times the sum of a number and seven is two less than five times the number.
A.
3x + 7 = 5x – 2
B.
3(x + 7) = 5x – 2
C.
3(x + 7) = 2 – 5x
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