How does the pacing of this passage move the plot forward?
the quick pace makes readers suspenseful and
confused about mr. whymper.
the quick pace allows the author to pass an uneventful
period of time quickly.
the slow pace to place emphasis on the animals'
dread of mr. whymper.
the slow pace develop mr. whymper's character
with descriptive details.
d. trustworthy is the answer
maya angelou is good
the correct answer is:
d. queen zenobia enjoyed vast power but her enemies conquered her in the end
zenobia was the queen of the palmyrene empire from 267–272 a.d. under her rule, palmyra expanded from modern syria all the way from iraq through turkey and into egypt. she had a lot of influence, anyway her enemies defeated her at last. her ending is uncertain, they say say that she never made it to rome, having either starved or poisoned herself on the journey back. a big proof on how fortune is uncertain, everything that goes up eventually must come down.
a woodchuck would chuck as much wood as a woodchuck could chuck if a woodchuck could chuck wood.
: ) most likely not the right answer but why not put a good dad joke up in there?