Read the excerpt from act i, scene ii of romeo and juliet. benvolio: tut! you saw her fair, none else being by, herself pois’d with herself in either eye; but in that crystal scales let there be weigh’d your lady’s love against some other maid 85 that i will show you shining at this feast, and she shall scant show well that now shows best. romeo: i’ll go along, no such sight to be shown, but to rejoice in splendour of mine own.
romeo decides to attend the capulets’ party because he wants to
1.) see his love the fair rosaline
2.) make peace with the capulets
3.) ruin the capulets party
4.) forget all about his heartache
'i stand here ironing’ was written by tillie olsen. it is a popular short story published in 1961.
the story is told in the first person point of view. the most important point of view in the story is emily's mother. she is remarried and she is a mother of five children. however, in the story, she speaks emily, her first child. through her words, we can percive how it is that the mother wanted a better life for emily. but, as dhe sees it, lige is difficult for them because they are poor and they face some other negative experiences.
a. “i conjure you on your honor to tell me if you really were in that vase? ”
b. “how could your whole body go in? i cannot believe it unless i see you do the thing.”
e. “‘no,’ answered the fisherman, ‘if i trust myself to you i am afraid you will treat me as a certain greek king treated the physician douban.’”
i believe the answer is a because commas shouldn't come after the world and in answer b and d. answer c has no commas and therefore cannot be the correct answer.