What does the narrator allude to at the end of this sentence from Mark Twain's "The 1,000,000 Bank-Note"? "So I loved her all the more, seeing she could be so cheerful when there wasn't anything to be cheerful about; for I might soon need that kind of wife, you know, the way things looked." A) the possibility of Adams having to leave the country to escape his creditors B) the possibility of requiring a wife who could match Adams social standards C) the possibility of Adams failure and having a lot of debt to repay D) the possibility of Adams taking up permanent residence in London

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In this short story by Mark Twain, the main protagonist is put on a bet which the story revolves around. This excerpt is towards the end of the story. Actually, there is no metaphor and the given excerpt describes a real situation. Therefore, the correct answer is "B) the possibility of requiring a wife who could match Adams social standards." The narrator tells that "nothing to be cheerful about" since he became a millionaire unexpectedly and with "that kind of woman" he points out to the woman for his own standards.


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Which sentence does not use parallel structure correctly? We neither had the money for a taxi nor were exactly sure where we were. We had neither the money for a taxi nor a good idea of exactly where we were. We neither had the money for a taxi nor knew exactly where we were. We had neither the money for a taxi nor were we exactly sure where we were.

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The sentence that doesn't use parallel structure correctly is:

We had neither the money for a taxi nor were we exactly sure where we were.

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Parallel structure is the pattern used to express that two or more elements have the same level of importance. They are separated by coordinating conjunctions to do it. Like: and, or, nor, etc. In our case, the one that doesn't use it correctly is the last option because it doesn't follow the structure of a sentence. It is misspelled.

We had neither the money for a taxi. It is well written.

However: nor were we exactly sure where we were. This is misspelled because it uses two different subjects making it wrong because the first subject is not followed by a verb to explain their action, instead it is followed by an adjective.

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How is the MLA author-page citation used?1.The author's last name and page number(s) must appear within the text and after the direct or indirect quotation.
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3.The author's last name and page number(s) from the source must appear within the text of the paper.
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The citation is used as 3.The author's last name and page number(s) from the source must appear within the text of the paper.

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The correct option is 3.

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"3.The author's last name and page number(s) from the source must appear within the text of the paper" is correct. If the author is mentioned in the text, only the page number needs to be listed after. If not, then the author's last name and page number need to be listed.

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The verb tense that describes something existing or happening before a specific time in the future is future perfect.

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The future perfect is made up of the simple future of the verb to have (will have) together with the past participle of the main verb. This tense is used to talk about an action that will be completed between the present time and some point in the future, before a specific given time.

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Since the story mainly covers romance and love that is why Bernard and Lenina have some expectations with each other. Lenina wants Bernard to be quick and responsive in the relationship while Bernard on the other hand is very rationale. When Lenina asks Bernard to love her all the day and not wait for tomorrow, Bernard replies that 200 repetitive acts of romance from 1400 o clock to 16:30 o clock twice in a week without being rationale is not the correct way to love each other.

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