Why does capulet think the following exchange is so funny? capulet. make haste, make haste. sirrah, fetch drier logs:
call peter, he will show thee where they are.
sec. serv. i have a head, sir, that will find out logs,
and never trouble peter for the matter.
he knows that peter is not that smart.
the servant is calling himself a loggerhead.
right after this exchange, the servant trips over a log.
he knows that the servant has no idea where the logs are.
i believe the correct answer is: c) remember, you want to encourage the interviewee to talk. avoid asking simple "yes or no" questions.
option c gives great advice on how to structure an interview to receive the best results possible, since it is far better to have the interviewee express him or herself fully.emember, you want to encourage the interviewee to talk. avoid asking simple "yes or no" questions.
it's better to do it before so then when you start your finishing paper, you'll have everything done and only have to copy it.
the correct answer is:
adverbs are words in a sentence that can change or qualify another word meaning. complements verbs, adjectives another adverbs and even sentences.in this case, the word "young" is modifying the meaning of "tomato plants".