Has anyone read black girl part 1 and 2?
Could you please help me?
Yeah absolutely :)
Well i have part 1 almost done. i just need two answers for part 1
What questions are you stuck on?
3. based on events in "black girl" tthe reader can conclude that madame most likely associates france with a. leisurely countryside vacations b. the tiresome duties of motherhood c. the struggle to find reliable help for the villa d. happy times spent in the company of friends 5. diouana's decision to leave africa inspires all of the following except the a. joy of the children b. relief for the madame c. skepticism of the townsfolk d. resentment of the other servants
I won't give you the answers but I will help you get them :)
what do you think number 3 is?
C? I re read it tons of times and couldnt do it
Think back of what she had to do, think about how she struggled not only to find help, but she struggled even harder for her children, and taking care of them the correct way. Right? :)
Right. so its possible it could be B?
Okay, what do you think number 5 is?
Thanks! :) and im honestly not to sure, i was on that question for a while
@smileyylove are you trying to get answers from her, or are you trying to help her with number 4?
For number 5 i thought it was b but i dont know. and be nice ^@smileyylove
That's okay @selenaannerios :) We'll work on this together. Can you try and guess ??
i'd say b.
Oh lol sorry I didn't see you said B. She wasn't relieved from Madame, I even think she was a little sad to leave her. But instead think about how the children felt when they were leaving? Remember the questions says "Diouana's decision to leave Africa inspires all of the following EXCEPT the..."
So a? I didnt read the question right.
Correct :) and I know, sometimes I get confused because I skim through the question too quickly and miss the true concept. :P lol Good Job! :D
Could you help me with more?
1. The children called diouana 'savage.' this most likely implies that they, a.regarded her as wild and unruly b. disliked her attemps at discipline c. resented her for her african heritage d. held the same biased views as their parents.
What do you think?
Hmm.. How did the children's parents feel about Diouana? (besides the fact she was their servant)
So its b? I said a just cause of the definition of savage
No, keep in mind the fact that when you are a child you are likely to believe the same thing that your parents do, right? whether it be good views or bad views.
ugh im sorry! i forget what i read so it all goes blank
but i got D then
It's okay :) Yes D is correct
Which of the following sentence from "black girl" best reflects diouana's growing disillusionment? a.perpetually harrassed, diouana began to waste away b. there was nothing that connected with the other c. the wide horizon of a short while ago stopped now at the color of her skin, which suddenly filled her with an invincible terror d. these strange, self centered, sophisticated beings never stopped asking her idiotic questions about how african women do their cooking. 3. in the sory, 'black girl", madame expresses all of the following toward diouana except a. condescnsion b. generosity c. hostility. d. motherliness
Can I answer later? I have a class i have to go to ? :)
i'll try my best to finsih it. i have to get it done right now. But thank you!
Did you ever get the right answers?
no i have not
do you have the answers yet?
1. D 2. C 3. D 4. B 5. D You're welcome (;
Is that for part 2?
so were those for part 2?
PeaceBrutha thanks!all right!
1 is c 2 is d
the rest are right
Threshsupport is right
After the corrections it makes it all right