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he following question refers to “To Build a Fire” by Jack London. Why is it so difficult for the man to light the last fire? A. The fuel is too cold. B. The matches are old. C. The firewood is damp. D. His hands are frozen.
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User: he following question refers to “To Build a Fire” by Jack London. Why is it so difficult for the man to light the last fire? A. The fuel is too cold. B. The matches are old. C. The firewood is damp. D. His hands are frozen.

Weegy: " In To Build a Fire" ,it was so difficult for the man to light the last fire because c. His hands were frozen. ( he could not separate his fingers to strike the matches).
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User: ead the following excerpt from “The Medicine Bag” by Virginia Driving Hawk Sneve and answer the question that follows. My kid sister Cheryl and I always bragged about our Sioux grandpa, Joe Iron Shell. Our friends, who had always lived in the city and only knew about Indians from movies and TV, were impressed by our stories. Maybe we exaggerated and made Grandpa and the reservation sound glamorous, but when we’d return home to Iowa after our yearly summer visit to Grandpa, we always had some exciting tale to tell. We always had some authentic Sioux article to show our listeners. One year Cheryl had new moccasins that Grandpa had made. On another visit he gave me a small, round, flat rawhide drum which was decorated with a painting of a warrior riding a horse. He taught me a real Sioux chant to sing while I beat the drum with a leather-covered stick that had a feather on the end. Man that really made an impression. Infer: What effect do the Sioux articles and stories have on the narrator’s friends? A. The friends are using the narrator so that they can meet a real Native American. B. The friends worship the narrator and listen to the stories out of respect and admiration. C. The friends are annoyed and put up with the stories because they feel sorry for the narrator. D. The friends are impressed and think highly of the narrator because of the articles and the stories.

Weegy: B. The narrator is a girl CANNOT reasonably be inferred about the narrator from this passage.
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User: Which of the following is NOT something that helps to reveal a story’s theme? A. what the character says B. the actions of a character C. the resolution of the story’s conflict D. the year the story was written

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The year the story was written is NOT something that helps to reveal a story’s theme.

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Which of the following statements BEST supports the argument that conformity is unnecessary?
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Society only exists when members share values and norms is the statement that BEST supports the argument that conformity is unnecessary.
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whats norms ?
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Norms is the standards of proper or acceptable behavior.
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Ideas about what is good, fair, right, and just are known as LAWS.
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Character vs. character - is a motif in the story.
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