If you have a swim meet the next day at 8:00 am, you should do what the day before? A. Eat a vegetable- and fruit-only dinner. B. Abstain from dinner and drink only water. C. Eat a carbohydrate-rich dinner and drink plenty of water. D. Eat a sodium-rich dinner and drink plenty of water.
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Choose the situation in which the reporter appears to be biased: A. The reporter is covering the new housing development in town. B. The reporter is covering his employer’s involvement in a car accident. C.The reporter is covering the renovations of the city hall building. D. The reporter is covering the local obituaries.
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Choose the situation in which the reporter is NOT biased: A. The reporter is writing a story about his dislike of exercise. B. The reporter is writing a story about his disagreement with the new health fad. C. The reporter is writing a story about his recent marathon experience. D. The reporter is writing a story about a study linking exercise and health.
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Read the excerpt from Trifles. SHERIFF. Nothing here but kitchen things. (The County Attorney, after again looking around the kitchen, opens the door of a cupboard closet. He gets up on a chair and looks on a shelf. Pulls his hand away, sticky.) COUNTY ATTORNEY. Here’s a nice mess. (The women draw nearer.) How would an audio recording of this excerpt help establish the setting of the play? through an increase in volume at certain points in time through the dialogue spoken by each of the characters through the sound of a cupboard door opening through a change in the characters’ tones of voices
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