Texas EOC English 2: 3.1 Understanding and Analysis Across Genres
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Texas EOC English 2: 3.1 Understanding and Analysis Across Genres. After reading the passage, tell us how the visitor's manners and way of speaking could best be described.
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meet in the passage.
Option (A) claims he’s outgoing and enthusiastic.
However, Mrs. Hall would probably disagree. [Man in bandages and Mrs Hall appears]
For example, when she asks him to take off his drippy coat, he just says, “No,” without
even turning around.
So yeah it’s safe to safe this guy’s not in the market for new friends.
Choice (B) takes it a little far though. [Stranger in fire]
The stranger isn’t outright angry and hateful.
It’s not like he breaks stuff, or insults Mrs. Hall’s taste in decorating. [Stranger throws object through a window]
Some might argue that answer (D) is the way to go.
The first thing the stranger does when he enters the inn is demand that a fire be built, [Stranger enters inn]
which we could say is kinda rude.
We can forgive him a little bit, though.
He is coming in from a long walk in a hardcore snowstorm. [Man hiking]
We might be a little demanding if we were freezing to death.... [Man shivering covered in ice]
Choice (C) is the best answer.?
The strangers short answers to Mrs. Hall and demands for a fire are best described as distant
He’s not a total jerk; he’s just not all that good of a communicator.
And he’s also invisible.
We can kind of assume that he's invisible, right? [Stranger disappears]