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1. In "Crossroads: A Sad Vaudeville," What happens when the woman lifts her veil to reveal her aging appearance to the man? What does this event reveal about each of the characters?
2. Identify and explain an example of dramatic irony from the play "Crossroads: A Sad Vaudeville." What is the purpose of dramatic irony in the story?

respond to the questions in 3-5 sentences each.

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  1. You write up YOUR responses and someone here may be able to check them for you. We won't do your assignments for you, though!

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  2. for the first one.
    1. The man thought that she was the woman he's been looking for but when the woman lifts her veil to reveal her aging appearance to the man, he told her that he made a mistake. This event tells us the man is looking at the physical appearance.

    2. Well, one example of dramatic irony in this play would be that the audience knows that the old woman is the one that the man is looking for, but he doesn't realize it because he is expecting a young, beautiful girl.

    But they have to be 3-5 sentences long and I don't know what else to put.

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  3. 1. Go back and divide that long sentence into two sentences. Then find a sentence or two from the story to prove each statement.

    2. My advice for this is the same. Find lines from the story to prove your conclusions are true.

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  4. Writeacher: "Good luck! We're not going to do your assignments for you ;)"

    Literally everyone else: *does the assignment for them*

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  5. well, anonymous is right. its not what we are supposed to do but thats what goes on

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  6. it's okay he trying to hook a brother up :)

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  7. 1. C
    2. D
    3. A
    4. C
    5. B
    6 & 7 are short responses

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  8. 1. D
    2. D
    3. A
    4. C
    5. B
    6&7. Essay

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  9. answers can be changed around, and it's quite common. You say, for example:
    1. A
    2. B
    3. D
    4. B
    Fun Fact: The reason you may have seen people say this person is right this person is wrong, or vice versa, is because they had the answers swapped around. So the answer is always going to be BLUE, but it was changed from answer A to answer C. That is why people have a distrust. Now I'm not saying you should look up the answers, but I can't actually stop you. You should study, choose answers, then go to Quizlet for example, take the assessment on there. they will tell you you're wrong, but not what the answer actually is. It's a great way to take it, not fail, and not cheat. Anyway, what I was saying is its incredibly wrong to give answers the way I explained with the example. It ruins trusting students grades because they grew desperate or couldn't find the answer. The non-punishing way would be, as example follows:
    1. Blue
    2. Red
    3. Yellow
    4. Green

    As I said, it would be better to use my advice and study, use Quizlet, and actually learn a thing or two

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  10. Secret Chicken Nugget King is still correct :) but I need to know the short answers too:(

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  11. logic they actually dont swap answers around ussualy its because some quick checks can have the smae questions as quizes if they got swapped around then none of these would ever work,

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  12. #6: Essay Answer:
    The woman shows obvious fear to lift the veil because she is way older than she made out to be for the man. The man shows major ignorance when she lifts the veil and refuses to believe that she is the same woman he was waiting for all because of how she looks. This reveals that the man is ignorant and the woman is fearful for how the man will react. (Please re-word :))

    #7: Essay Answer: (I’m not gonna type the whole thing because I believe in you :))

    And example of a dramatic irony (In shorter words) would be: We know who the woman is and that she’s the woman the man was longing for but he doesn’t.

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