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“In the snow” is repeated three times in “Scott’s Goodbye.” What meaning might the writer have hoped to convey by repeating this phrase? (1 point)
The snow was breathtakingly beautiful.
The snow and cold were inescapable.
The snow was melting away.
The snow was a comfort to the explorers.

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    i think it is B.
    and I also need help with this one
    Which of the following is an example of Scott’s achievements as an explorer? (1 point)
    He has been the subject of many poems, songs, and books.
    He starred in Scott of the Antarctic.
    In 1901 he sailed farther south than anyone else had ever sailed.
    His crew froze at the South Pole.

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    http://www.jiskha.com/display.cgi?id=1355781361

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    Yes. B is right.

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    what about the second one?

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    What do you think?

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    I really don't know about that one.. could you help me?

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    Did you read the link I posted above?

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    Yes, Im talking about this question
    Which of the following is an example of Scott’s achievements as an explorer? (1 point)
    He has been the subject of many poems, songs, and books.
    He starred in Scott of the Antarctic.
    In 1901 he sailed farther south than anyone else had ever sailed.
    His crew froze at the South Pole.

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    Oh, I'm sorry -- I missed that question.

    In 1901 he sailed farther south than anyone else had ever sailed.

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    Thanks so much!!
    Answer the following question about the essay “Escaping.” Give an example of one internal and one external conflict from the selection

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    I also need help with that one and this one: Answer the following question about the poem “Fable for When There’s No Way Out.”

    How does this line from the poem help explain the outcome of the chick’s struggle?

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    I'm sorry but, I haven't read that essay nor that poem.

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    ohh okay thanks.
    what about this one?
    Sometimes leaders have to make difficult decisions. Scott chose to pursue his goal of reaching the South Pole despite very dangerous weather conditions. What did he have to consider when making his decision? Why do you think he made the choice he did? Explain your answers. (10 points)

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    I'll be glad to discuss your ideas with you.

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    can u help me?

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    thats the last question I have.

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    Lexi -- you have a brain. Use it! You've paid for this class. Get your money's worth by thinking about this question. Use your imagination. You can do it!

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    Actually Ms. Sue, Connections Academy is free. It uses tax money. YEA! Use your brain Lexi!

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