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posted by Dejavu

In "Dust of Snow," the speaker says that something "Has given my heart / A change of mood." What has caused this change of mood?
A: Seeing a crow perched in a tree.
B: Taking a walk in the woods.
C: Thinking about his day.**
D: Having snow shaken on him.
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In "Dust of Snow," what was going on before the speaker had a change of mood?
A. He was having a bad day.**
B. He was in a hurry.
C. He was enjoying his day.
D. He felt that he was in danger.
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When the speaker of "Dust of snow" says he rued a part of his day, he means that he
A. Ruined a part of his day.
B. Forgot a part of his day.
C. Regretted a part of his day.**
D. Recalled a part of his day.
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I want someone to check my answers please! Thank you.

  1. Reed

    I disagree with your first answer. The other two are good.

  2. Dejavu

    Thanks! i'll try my best to figure out what it is.

  3. Dejavu

    Aah, it was B, A, C. I was close! :)

  4. anikah

    for me it was D,A,C

  5. Connexus

    Lesson 14: Read: Dust of Snow
    Language Arts 6 B Unit 2: Rhythm and Rhyme


    1. D
    2. A
    3. C

  6. MM

    Thanks 100 percent if your with connexus

  7. alexis

    for me it was also D A C

  8. i luv my ipadtouch

    D A C is rite!

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