Revelation A05Score/ScoreYou have looked at how story writers invite their readers into fictional worlds. In this context,you read the beginning of "Score/Score" by Phyllis Gotlieb. Read all of Score/Score The unusual format of this story may mean that you'll have to read it more than once to fully understand it. When you've finished the story, respond to the following questions. a. You've thought a good deal by now about what it means to create—and to enter— a fictional world. In a paragraph or two, describe the fictional world created in "Score/Score." What is this world like? How is it like the real world? How is it different?Can you detect any humorous or ironic aspects of this fictional world? (10 marks)ioThe fictional word that was created in the short story “Score’/Score” are both the “character” because a robot/machine wouldn’t say all of those things. But this short storyshows us what the real world are because we are hooked into our phones or technology. We came to the point where grade six students are learning from a “machine” - technology. There’s a huge difference if we compare technology from 10 years ago. This short story is great for portraying the real world we are living in. The whole story definitely portrayed in a humor way. Which I think is the trick for fictionals story. The author made it more about humor that will make the readers find the deeper meaning.