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Read the following sentences adapted from p. 129 of The Watsons Go to Birmingham-1963.

The boys got into bed. Byron was up in his top bunk and Kenny was down in the bottom. Kenny was so excited that he was talking a mile a minute-although he realized that he was probably just talking to himself. Byron was still upset about the trip, so he refused to answer. There was a knock at the bedroom door.

Use the passage to answer the question.

1. From which point of view are these sentences written?
(A) first person - Byron's point of view
(B) first person - Mr.Watsons's point of view
(C) Thrid-Person limited
(D) Thrid-Person omniscient

Read the following line from Chapter 9.

"Grandma Sands says it's quiet down where they are, but we think it's time Byron got an idea of the kind of a place the world can be, and maybe spending some time down South will help open his eyes."

Use the passage to answer the question.

2. What can the reader most likely conclude about Dad's point of view?
(A) He is frustrated with Byron's behavior.
(B) He thinks Byron will listen to Grandma Sands.
(C) He believes Byron does not take world issues seriously.
(D) He thinks the south is a safer place to be than the North.

Choose the meaning that best matches the word in italics.

3. The first choice of vacation days should go to employees with seniority.
(A) the highest age
(B) an inherited status
(C) the most years of service
(D) the most years of education

My answers, please check.
1.B
2.A
3.C

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asked by Rose
  1. My answers, please check.
    1.B - no
    2.A - no
    3.C - yes

  2. What does Thrid-Person limited and Thrid-Person omniscient mean? 2.c

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  3. https://blog.reedsy.com/third-person-omniscient-vs-limited/

  4. 1.D
    2.C

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    posted by Rose
  5. Yes. Now they are all right.

  6. thanks for the help :)

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  7. You are welcome.

  8. 1.D

    2.C

    3.C

    I promise this is correct.

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  9. Anonymous is right!!!!! I promise.

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    posted by uh hi
  10. Yes the answers are:
    1. D
    2. C
    3. C
    ;)

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    posted by dent
  11. Oka Imma Trust Ya Guys.... Yess... I got a 100%

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  12. D
    C
    C
    is right 100% Thanks!!

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  13. DCC

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  14. YEP
    D
    C
    C😊

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  15. 😀

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