30+ points and !
1. analyze the characters responxes to tue events unfolding in their lives. what can you infer about how each character is affected and shaped by the sequence of events?
2. how does the setting affect the characters feeling and choices?
3. how does the plot of the story shape the characters thoughts about their current situation and their possible futures? use the evidence from the text to support yohr answer.
b. present the grandmother is not the direct object. neither is the family or the word whole.
closer examination, however, finds the mcdonald's kind of job highly uneducational in several ways. far from providing opportunities for entrepreneurship (the lemonade stand) or self- discipline, self-supervision, and self-scheduling (the paper route), most teen jobs these days are highly structured — what social scientists call “highly routinized.”
true, you still have to have the gumption to get yourself over to the hamburger stand, but once you don the prescribed uniform, your task is spelled out in minute detail.
a is the right answer because in example a she is questioning herself, once she stops her character grows and becomes more confident. hope this .
if you've lost your book, i highly advise you to tell your teacher, or whoever is teaching you. there is no literal way for you to do your work without the book. although, there is an alternative. if you can find an online version of the book, then you don't need to ask, but if that's not an option, always ask.
1. analyze the characters responxes to tue events unf...