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Reread the identified passages. Then, respond to the questions that follow.
I was the first to see him, for I grew out on the pasture slope, beyond the forest. He was a man, it seemed: the two
15 moving stems, the short trunk, the two arm-branches, flexible, each with five leafless twigs at their ends, and the head that's crowned by brown or gold grass, bearing a face not like the beaked face of a bird,
20 more like a flower's. He carried a burden made of some cut branch bent while it was green, strands of a vine tight-stretched across it. From this, when he touched it, and from his voice
25 which unlike the wind's voice had no need of our leaves and branches to complete its sound, came the ripple, But it was now no longer a ripple (he had come near and stopped in my first shadow) it was a wave that bathed me
30 as if rain rose from below and around me instead of falling. And what I felt was no longer a dry tingling:
How does this wave affect the speaker? Explain.
Some of these sentences contain subjects and verbs that do not agree in number. Other sentences are awkward constructions. Revise the sentences to make them clear and correct.
Example 1. Neither steak nor pasta are on my grocery list.
Neither the rain nor the music were a great addition to our picnic. __________________________________________________________________________________________________________.