Okay, guys! Settle down. Now, tell me what savagely means.
It's when you're enraged, or angry as a person! Another word for savagely is cruel and an antonym is mild.
For example, "I'm such a savage, and you're just average."
How am I supposed to know? Pfft.
Correct! Alrighty, then. What is the climax for the story All Summer in Day?
"The children layout, laughing, on the jungle mattress and heard it sigh and squeak under them, resilient and alive." The author used to for us readers to picture how the setting looks, etc.
I don't know the answer!
It's when Margot is being shoved in the closet by her classmates.
Isn't it when Margot is looking out at the window? No, can't be!
Is there a sentence to support the theme "People are sometimes mean to people that are different."
He actually knows something?!? This is the most surprising thing I've EVER seen!
How am I supposed to know this?
Yes. The sentence is... *Looks in the book* "...they would not look at her...And this was because she would not play games with them...If they tagged her and ran, she stood blinking after them and did not follow..."
Someone explain one of the external conflicts in the story!
One of the external conflicts in the story is Man vs Man. So, basically, Margot vs her classmates.
I forgot what an external conflict is! Agh!
What's even the point of these questions? Ugh.
What is one personification used in the text, and why did the author use it?
Someone, please explain the resolution.
The resolution is when the children realize Margot is still in the closet, so they felt regression and let her out.