GED Reasoning through Language Arts 3.4 Writing Skills

In this GED problem, figure out which quotation acknowledges the narrator's belief in his own cleverness. GED Reasoning through Language Arts: Writing Skills Drill 3, Problem 4

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of the following quotations supports the narrator's belief in his

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own kalev er nous and the choices are writes about

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okay our narrator is very clever Just ask him he's

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also quick thinking determined and definitely not insane But which

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of these quotes supports his self reported cleverness Well you've

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got to consider each in context quote about ideas entering

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his brain does mention brains brains for a way that's

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different But this quote is more about how the narrator

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conceived of his illogical murder plot on than anything else

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It kind of just proves he has no cd All

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right the quote about the evil eye explains the narrator's

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motivations for murder But again it doesn't really show that

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he's clever just really preoccupied with eyeballs way should probably

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keep him away from the optometry All right And the

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fact that the narrator messed up his lantern kind of

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just makes him sound like a club Now i understand

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quote See you have to consider the passage surrounding it

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The narrator's bragging about how skillfully he broke into the

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old man's room Well in the narrator's mind on ly

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somebody blindingly brilliant could pull off such a masterful heist

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He's celebrating his own perceived cleverness which makes answer see

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the correct choice Of course we always knew we were

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going to get it correct After all we're also exceptionally 00:01:47.365 --> [endTime] clever enough Eh