Passage: again i say: it is a foolish question. the answer means nothing. and yet it is a question that has been asked so often – – that has caused so much talk and doubt a misunderstanding – – that i feel, after long thought, that the answer must be given. as will be clear, it is not fair for my own sake that i give it. nor is it for hillary‘s. it is for the sake of everest – – the prestige of everest – – and for the generations who come after us. “why,”they will say, “should there be a mystery to this thing? is there something to be ashamed of? to be hidden? why can we not know the truth? ” very well: now they will know the truth. everest is too great, too precious, for anything but the truth.
1. how is paradox used in this passage? identify and explain it.
2.what effect does using this literary technique have on the passage? explain.
you need to pay about 1000$ to get out of a airport.
Ithink that it’s b
i believe the answer is inference
Sometimes when you read things in your head, you skip overall small details/words. when you read aloud, you hear those words and it’s easier to comprehend what you just read. saying things aloud also you remember them.
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Asap! what statement about congressional representatives is true? -they focus on what is best for government -they focus on constituents and what they need -they are members of the upper house of congress -they don't need to focus on reelection
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