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After his confession, her father assures Ka that “no matter what, I’m still your father, still your mother’s husband. I would never do these things now” (para. 143). Why does she think that this statement “is as meaningful a declaration as his other confession” (para. 144)? What does she mean when she thinks, “It was my first inkling that maybe my father was wrong in his own representation of his former life, that maybe his past offered more choices than being either hunter or prey” (para. 144)?
In the following sentence, underline the two prepositional phrases. Draw an arrow from each phrase to the word or words it modifies. Then, on the line provided, identify each phrase by writing for adjective or for adverb.
____________ Instead, we can read livelier headlines like this one: "Icarus Flies Toward Sol."
Which of the following questions about current studies is most easily answered?
A What are the authors of the studies trying to find out?
B What do most scientists think about the conclusions of the Penn study?
C What additional studies are being conducted?
D Was Scott Shields interviewed for the study?