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Multiple Choice1 Answer EThe reason for this answer is based on eliminating other options and reaching a deductive answer The option A suggests the shift form understatement to hyperbole which is invalid because in English Esperanzas name means hope which is a positive word Hope is a forceful word on the other hand if hyperbole was suggested in the second line than it would go quite in the lines of this In Spanish it means a million letters The option B proposes the shift from literal to abstract The term literal defines adhering strictly to the basic meaning of a word which in this case Esperanzas name does mean hope in English Abstract words only exist in our minds so it cant be touched The option C suggests the shift from formal diction to informal diction Formal diction mainly focuses in the perspective of 3rd person The first sentence has the word my which is a 1st person word Informal diction includes casual and relaxed words so the sentence has a casual tone The option D shifts the sentence from a childish voice to an angry voice The word hope reflects individualism which is not the lines of childishness The second sentence doesnt show any individuality but rather it shows abhorrence of the name The option E which is the answer shifts from joyous tone to an angry tone The first sentence reflects being joyous about the meaning of the name having that individualistic feeling The second sentence brings a bit of aggression and angst because of the meaning of the name not being unique2 Answer CThe reason for this answer is reflecting on the tone and imagery of the paragraph The option A is valid because Esperanza mentions the Chinese and Mexican dislike their women strong meaning Esperanza thinks her great-grandmother was strong The option B also implies itself in the paragraph -but I think this a Chinese lie because
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