Answered @ 19/08/2019 05:41 PM By answersmine
Question 1: True
Question 2: True
Question 3: False
Question 4: False
Question 5: False
Question 6: True
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Throughout most of the play, Hamlet is troubled by (a) his own tendency to hesitate and overthink.
In the play Hamlet by William Shakespeare, it is Hamlet's tendency to overthink what makes him fail. Instead of killing Claudius immediately after finding out he killed his father, Hamlet hesitates about murdering his uncle. This is presented in a clear way in Act 3 Scene 3 when he is about to get revenge by murdering Claudius but he ends up overthinking if it is the right thing to do since his uncle is praying in that moment. The "To be or not to be" soliloquy also shows Hamlet's tendency to overanalyzing situations, which, at the same time, is what ends up causing his failures.
There's two SO pick one
An ambitious prince is unable to save himself or his family after realizing too late how much his desire for power has cost him.
A vain king who values appearance over truth loses his throne and eventually his life after he tries to test the population's loyalty to him.
It is important to analyze the cultural context of a myth or epic for:
D. Understanding the cultural context helps a reader better understand a myth or epic.
The cultural context helps in reflecting on the traditions and concerns about the specific cultures. It tells about the place where the people of a particular tradition used to live. It focuses on their lifestyle, values, and customs which they followed.
i believe he was very mellow and very confident in his tone. i could be wrong the last time i read this book was a couple years ago please correct me if im wrong
The correct answer is number 4 "it is ineffective because it does not point out a flaw in the counterclaim". The writer appeals to a negative opinion from a third party (US supreme court) to go against a factual argument. Strength and coordination are skills common to sports which could then define golf as one.
A better option for a counterclaim would address strength and coordination as non-essential for an activity to be considered a sport as is the case for the high striker game and chess, respectively.
The statement that correctly analyzes the rebuttal is the following: It is ineffective because it does not point out a flaw in the counterclaim.
A rebuttal should be an opposing argument for the counterclaim. In the case provided, the counterclaim mentions the physical aspects of golf that require strength and coordination; however, the rebuttal does not address those claims, instead it addresses walking as a part of golf. Therefore, it is ineffective, because it is not criticising the counterclaim directly.
The statement that best describes how the pace of the excerpt creates tension is: Pyramus’s long speech slows the pace to prolong suspense.
The speech, describing Pyramus's thoughts on her death and how guilty he feels about it, even going so far as to wish and call for his own death at the teeth of lions, creates tension by making the suspense of what will happen next last longer.