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Swift's main purpose in writing Gulliver's Travels was to a. criticize people in foreign countries. c. appeal to children. b. provide innocent entertainment. d. comment on society and human nature
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User: Swift's main purpose in writing Gulliver's Travels was to a. criticize people in foreign countries. c. appeal to children. b. provide innocent entertainment. d. comment on society and human nature

Weegy: c. appeal to children.
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User: After hearing about the "egg questions" war, Gulliver shows his na veté by a. asking Reldresal if he can join one of the parties. c. promising to defend the king and state. b. laughing at the absurdity of this war. d. swearing his hatred of the citizens of Blefuscu.

Weegy: after hearing about the "egg questions" war, gulliver shows his naivete by what? d. swearing his hatred of the citizens of blefuscu .. Keep on asking WeegY! :)
sueschil|Points 100|

User: A teacher who takes time to recapitulate a lecture is giving a a. reward. c. summary. b. critique.

Weegy: c. summary. A teacher who takes time to recapitulate a lecture is giving a summary.
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User: By the description of "court diversions" at Lilliput, you can conclude that Swift a. admired the integrity of the Lilliputians. c. included the scene to add drama to the story. b. wanted only to entertain his readers. d. had little respect for politicians.

Weegy: a. admired the integrity of the Lilliputians. Thank you for asking :))
sueschil|Points 100|

User: The following question is based on your reading of “Gulliver’s Travels.” One of the targets of Swift's satire in Gulliver's Travels was the inability of the two English political parties, the Tories and the Whigs, to find ________. a. worthy leaders c. new trade routes to the East b. compromise over petty differences d. a solution to the war

Weegy: One of the targets of Swift's satire in Gulliver's Travels was the inability of the two English political parties, the Tories and the Whigs, to d. a solution to the war.
melfundayy|Points 160|

User: The following question is based on your reading of “Gulliver’s Travels.” The fact that Gulliver apologizes to readers in Gulliver’s Travels for the king of Brobdingnag’s narrow-mindedness shows that Gulliver is a. narrow-minded himself. b. gracious about his host’s good intentions. c. willing to accept the flaws of others. d. trying to make readers identify with the king

Weegy: b. gracious about his host s good intentions.
lakki|Points 61|

User: A morose person is a. bored. c. sad. b. curious.

User: The following question is based on your reading of “Gulliver’s Travels.” Whom or what might Swift be satirizing in Gulliver’s Travels with the line “And it would be hard indeed if so remote a prince’s notions of virtue and vice were to be offered as a standard for all mankind”? a. the king of France c. the king of England b. the king of Blefuscu d. Lilliputian politics as a whole

Weegy: B. the king of Blefuscu.
majasalv17|Points 110|

User: When Gulliver realizes that his Lilliputian captors are only six inches high, he a. frees himself immediately. c. vows not to roll over and crush them. b. does not attempt to escape. d. promises to learn their language

Weegy: When Gulliver realizes that his Lilliputian captors are only six inches high, he does not attempt to escape.
wisbest|Points 2854|

User: Gulliver's attitude toward the Lilliputians can best be described as a. contemptuous. c. amused. b. respectful. d. indifferent.

Weegy: a. contemptuous
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User: The following question is based on your reading of “Gulliver’s Travels.” Gulliver’s stories about his country’s greatness in Gulliver’s Travels convince the king of Brobdingnag that the English as a group are a. very small. c. selfish idiots. b. hateful vermin. d. rich and powerful.

Weegy: The king of Brobdingnag compares the Englishmen that Gulliver describes to a.very small.
MrG|Points 14185|

User: The following question is based on your reading of “Gulliver’s Travels.” In Gulliver’s Travels, what generalization does the King of Brobdingnag imply about British professionals such as priests, soldiers, judges, and senators? a. They spend all their time gambling. c. They spend all their time fighting. b. They do not care about their careers. d. They do not deserve their positions.

Weegy: D. THEY DO NOT DESERVE THEIR POSITIONS
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User: The following question is based on your reading of “Gulliver’s Travels.” What do both Gulliver’s pocket perspective-glass and his spectacles most likely symbolize in the “A Voyage to Lilliput”section from Gulliver’s Travels? a. imperfect vision c. increased insight b. inaccurate perception d. intellectual armor

Weegy: What do both Gulliver's pocket perspective-glass and his spectacles most likely symbolize in this excerpt from A Voyage to Lilliput? c. increased insight.
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User: The average 8- to 18-year-old spends __________ per day on average in front of a screen doing very little to no physical activity. A. 0 hours B. 30 minutes C. 1 hour D. 3 hours or more

Weegy: The average 8- to 18-year-old spends 3 hours or more per day on average in front of a screen doing very little to no physical activity.
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Swift's main purpose in writing Gulliver's Travels was to: comment on society and human nature.

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After hearing about the "egg question" war, Gulliver shows his naiveté by: promising to defend the king and state of Lilliput.
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Gulliver’s stories about his country’s greatness in Gulliver’s Travels convince the king of Brobdingnag that the English as a group are: hateful vermin.
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