Read the passage.
Ramsey Mitchell is almost fourteen. He is already six feet tall and is the best shooter on the basketball team. He kicks a football farther thar
anyone in junior high and runs the 50-yard dash in 6 seconds flat. In last week's soccer game, Ramsey scored the winning goal with 3 seconds left
on the clock. Everyone loves Ramsey. He opens doors for people and says, "Please" and "Thank you." He's what his parents call a "well-rounded"
young man. From Ramsey's teachers, we learn that he is intelligent and enjoys a variety of subjects. Besides sports, Ramsey loves science, music,
and literature. He's also a problem-solver. His sister Abby says he has a plan for everything. No matter what goes wrong, Ramsey can almost always
come up with a solution.
How does the author establish the point of view of the passage's narrator?
O 1. The author develops the first-person point of view by introducing Ramsey describing himself.
The author uses a second-person point of view by writing a dialogue between Ramsey and his teachers.
O 3. The author establishes the third-person limited point of view by only using the comments of Ramsey's family.
O 4. The author presents an all-knowing, third-person point of view by providing character details and opinions from multiple people.
D) The author wants to help the reader relate to the subject thoughtfully.
Explanation: when writing, an author can use different points of view, depending on the effect he/she wants to cause in the audience. In the given excerpt from The Time Traveler’s Guide to Elizabethan England, we can see an example of a narration in the second-person point of view (we can know this because of the use of the pronoun "you"), this perspective helps the reader to relate to the subject thoughtfully because the author is addressing the reader directly.
Second entry requires repeat of info.
Says it right after it talks about the incorrect information
D. Neither author is open or receptive to opinions contrary to his or her own.
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I think it's E
When reading the passage, we understand that the author opposes the first sentence. The second sentence would effectively validate the first statement if it were correct, in which case, it would make the author's point invalid.
A is not correct because the author does not support the first idea.
B is not correct because although the author actually contests the first sentence, the author does not accept the findings in the following sentence.
C is not correct since the author thinks the first sentence is invalid, but the second sentence does not validate that sentence.
D is not correct since both the first and second sentences oppose the author's opinion.
Second-person viewpoint in this excerpt creates a better understanding creating a relationship between narrator, reader and the protagonist, namely second-person. So that, second-person point helps us think and comprehend better. The correct answer is the last option - D.
The answer is A.) The first author warns that the Act is insufficient, while the second author argues that it may be too strict.
The author wants to help the reader relate to the subject thoughtfully.
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These passages differ in their ideas about the Magnusson fishery and conservation act in the sense that the first author warns that the act is insufficient, while the second author argues that it may be too strict. (D)
Both the authors have given different perspectives and shared distinct opinions on the Magnusson act. There are different facts and figures which have been put forward by both the writers supporting respective opinions. The later considers this act and its regulations may affect fisheries and its overall supply while the former considers this act as an insufficient one.
answer: the correct answer is: [a]:
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