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What does the Prince's dialogue in paragraph 8 suggest about him.
He is rushed.
He is suspicious.
He is kindhearted.
He is easily angered.
How do the stage directions in paragraph 26 reveal information about the characters.
They show what the prince is willing to do to experience something new.
They explain why Tom is so nervous around the prince.
They help the audience see what emotional turmoil the prince feels in his role.
They describe how desperate Tom is to become the new prince.
Read about the origin of the word beckoning.
Closely related to the word beacon, which is a "sign or lighthouse".
This information helps the reader understand that beckoning in paragraph 42 means.
The playwright wants to add a sentence of dialogue after the dialogue in paragraph 111. Which of the following could correctly be added?
"I'm going to sleep on that bed"
"I'm going to sleep at that bed."
"I'm going to sleep over that bed."
"I'm going to sleep beside that bed."
Read the dictionary entry below for the word sly.
sly /slī/ adj. 1. acting in an unauthorized way 2 showing that you are deceitful 3 doing something playfully 4 having a cleaver nature
Which definition best matches the meaning of slyly as it is used in paragraph 151?
The playwright wants to add stage directions about the setting to Scene 7 to help the reader better visualize the scene. Which of the following could correctly be added?
There is dirt deep inside the floor.
There is dirt scattered across the floor.
There is dirt lying next to the floor.
There is dirt hanging above the floor.
The playwright's use of figurative language in paragraph 179 is intended to help the reader understand how -
many people are outside of the palace
hungry the people in the village are
loud the crowd is getting at the coronation
tall the people in the crowd are
The stage direction in paragraph 182 helps the reader understand the scene by having -
Hertford act upset by the news of the switch.
Hertford inspect the boys to discover the truth.
Hertford act like he is embarrassed by his actions.
Hertford appear to be surprised he had not noticed the difference.
Which two sentences show that the character Miles is devoted to the Prince, despite not knowing his true identify? (choose 2)
I was not thinking.
My father is a baronet.
Well, I will be his friend and watch over him.
Trust in me and all shall go well.
Now I am free, and I am returning home.
Which two details help the reader to imagine the moment when the people recognize the real prince? (choose 2)
Tom takes off his cape.
Tom throws the cape over the Prince.
The Prince is wearing rags.
Trumpet fanfare sounds.