posted by TP on .
I just had an English exam, and I don't think I do too well.
Anyways, there was a few questions in it that I didn't quite understand in the prose questions (comprehensions or whatever they're called).
After reading the passage, there was a question asking
"What is voice of even in passage below...?"
I don't get what it's asking for the even bit.
I am not sure -- it's a very poorly written question.
Perhaps it's a typo or whatever, but it looks as if some word-coiner is trying to invent a new word, using the word "even" as a noun.
It might be asking what the voice of REASON is -- thinking clearly about both sides of an issue before speaking.
the "VOICE" is how the author talks to you or tells the story.is it a mysterious voice or is it a scientific voice( as an example).you ahve to choose.she or he is asking you how or what even is telling you or you about the text.