i was think that this is amazing good job (btw ima break the replay button) xd
the answer is: a, b and d. fiction is a work that describes imaginary events and people, and it can be based on stories of actual historical events. post is a prefix that means after or later than. apocalyptic shows extremely bad future events, describing total destruction and the end of the world. the statements describing these definifions deal with humanity's survival after a disatrous event, occuring after the end of one world or society.
mrs. ellis, a petite woman, wore the finest dresses from paris.
in several manners, mastering your personal lexicon will advance you in life in the following ways:
- it will enable your access to higher and more specialized levels of instruction and education that inherently deal with more complex vocabulary that is inherent to the field or trade that you are willing to join.
- it will protect you from political, private or criminal manipulation by increasing your knowledge in a wide range of fields which will provide you with valuable information that will enable you to detect fallacies, inconsistencies and paradoxes in the discourse of the other party which will protect you from such manipulation attempts.
- it will facilitate effective communication with both your peers and your elders since it will provide you with several options and choice of words that will facilitate their comprehension of your utterances and conceptualizations.
- it will allow you to live a fuller, more plentiful life since a larger vocabulary will allow you to understand, perceive and enjoy artistic expressions that utilize colorful, exotic words that are not used in common parlance.
- it will facilitate your access to employment as employers do appreciate proper diction and an articulate vocabulary and expression.
- it will facilitate the learning of on or more additional language since several words of english actually come from other languages and that will provide you with a clear advantage with regards to those language students who have a poor lexicon.