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English, 22.06.2019 01:00, elijahjoyner20
Read the excerpt from part 2 of zeitoun. zeitoun woke with the sun and crawled out of his tent. the day was bright, and as far as he could see in any direction the city was underwater. . he could only think of judgment day, of noah and forty days of rain. and yet it was so quiet, so still. nothing moved. he sat on the roof and scanned the horizon, looking for any person, any animal or machine moving. nothing. as he did his morning prayers, a helicopter broke the silence, shooting across the treetops and heading downtown. why does the author include the details of zeitoun’s morning? to suggest the hopelessness of zeitoun’s situation to illustrate the solitary existence endured by survivors to establish zeitoun’s dedication to the rituals of his faith to reveal the military’s attempts at assistance
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English, 22.06.2019 01:30, tot92
From the glass menagerie: "suspended in the mist over berchtesgaden, caught in the folds of chamberlain's umbrella." who was chamberlain? a. paul chamberlain: tom's father b. neville chamberlain: prime minister of great britain. c. pedro chamberlain: amanda's drunkard husband d. cornelius chamberlain: gentleman caller for laura
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English, 22.06.2019 01:40, hinacat87
Jenna stood in front of the closed door. she knew she hadevery right to be here. your exam scores are just as high ascora's, she said to herself. there's no reason you shouldhave been left off the math team while cora was namedcaptain. she had never been one to rock the boat, but shecouldn't just let this lie. she pushed the door open and saw ms. jenson, the mathteam advisor, sitting at her desk. "ms. jenson? can i talk toyou for a minute? " her voice wavered, but she tried to lookconfident."sure," said ms. jenson, "but i hope this isn't about namingcora captain of the math team. i'm afraid my decision isfinal."jenna took a deep breath and prepared to plead her case. which statement best describes the external conflict in this passage?
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English, 22.06.2019 04:30, plumagirl
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