I would say that the question most likely to be answered by reading the exposition of a story is C:How has the author's life affected what he or she is writing?
In a exposition, the reader can learn about the events, the context in which that piece was created. They can learn about those facts that may be are not part of the story, but that are crucial to understand why the story or the characters develop the way they do. By knowing the context, we can learn about the time the author was going through during the creating process and why the story turns out to be the way it is.
The excerpt had stated the characters characteristics
through the author’s vivid detail of their faces of their clothes and what they
are wearing, so that the readers would have an idea where the stry is going
The correct answer is D. The students viewed the movie before its regular showing.
In language, a prefix refers to an affix (letters, set of letters or a syllable) that is placed before a word and that add meaning to it. In the case of the prefix "pre-" this prefix mainly means before as in the word "prepublication" that means before the publication, "preadolescence" that means before the adolescence, among others. This means in the case of the word "preview" the prefix "pre-" means before and the word "view" means to see or observe and therefore "preview" in the sentence "The students were able to preview the movie" means that the students could see or view the movie before or in advance viewing and therefore this prefix indicates "The students viewed the movie before its regular showing".
The best answer is D. Cover letter should be personalized and demonstrate that the applicant has done his or her research on the company.
Cover letter is a document sent with your resume to provide supplementary information on your skills and experience. It is the personal detailed information on how qualified you are for that specific job. Let us investigate why the other options are wrong.
A. Cover letters should clearly state the starting salary expectations of the applicant. - False - Unless it is required for the company, this is not the reason of the cover letter.
B. Cover letters should contain abstract language and appeal to the emotions of potential employers. - False - Your intention is to be clear and objective in why you are qualified, not an attempt to persuade them emotionally.
C. Cover letters should include the use of humor to reveal the applicants friendly personality. - False - As expressed before, you have to be objective, humor is not one good strategy to achieve this.
Hey there! I believe your answer is C. stories from the stage. I know this because most of the time when someone tells a story from a stage, like someone like George Lopez (The actor/comedian), it usually relates to something entertaining.