Language Arts 7 A

In ¨Life Without Gravity¨ How does word choice help support the author's point of view in the selection?
A) He uses words with negative connotations like unpleasant and sticklike.
B) He uses descriptive words like gooey and smells.
C) He uses words with positive connotations like float and fun.
D) He uses technical words like microgravity and currents.

I think the answer is either B or D but I´m not sure.

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  1. I have not read what you are reading. I find at least three different pieces of literature with that title. You supposedly have read it. What words does the author use?

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  2. The author uses the words Microgravity and Currents.

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  3. It’s A

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  4. Anonymous is right, it's A,
    He uses words with negative connotations like unpleasant and sticklike.
    The answers are:
    D
    A
    A
    B
    A

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  5. hes right

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  6. He correct :) Thanks

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  7. he is correct thx -___- :0 :() :)

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