2. By understanding how hard it is to carry on after losing a loved one.
The excerpt is from "Let Bindi Have The Limelight" from the book Steve and Bindi Irwin by Amy Breguet. The book details the life of the animal conservationist and his family's determination to continue with his work even after his accidental death.
The passage narrates how the start of the new season was one that began with "unspeakable sadness" due to the death of father and main pillar for everyone, Steve Irwin. He had been hit in the chest by a stingray, which immediately killed him. And so, for the whole family to continue with his legacy of conservation was a hard and difficult, almost impossible task to do. Thus, the given passage can relate the readers with the loss of a loved one, even with the need to continue with his life's work and aim.
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by relating to the changes that occur with every season
readers are not likely to connect about being famous. The excerpt does not specifically state that someone died, and few people are animal ambassadors, making it difficult for them to understand that point of view.
C.)Polluting animal habitats
polluting animal habitats
Bindi Sue Irwin is an Australian actress, singer, dancer and conservationist. His parents were wildlife advocates who taught Bindi to have the same love for animals and to influence people to love and protect their animals and their natural habitat.
Readers would most likely connect this excerpt to their lives by relating to wanting to make their parents proud.
you didn't provide the passage.
seeing as this is your first question on i can see why you may have not known that you need to provide the passage.
without the passage, or even the name of the passage, we can not read the passage, therefore we can not determine when or how the pacing effects the tone.
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their own lives...