stem_focus_worksheet - 1 Together with the stage directions...

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1. Together with the stage directions, Mildred’s words in line 9 (“Well . . . for you”) and line 21 (“Well …. guessing”) suggest that she What is the focus of this question? What is the effect of these words? What is the purpose of these words? 2. What does the shifting tone of Richard’s dialogue in line 24 (“Huh . . . act”) reveal about his character? What is the focus of this question? 3. Mildred’s account in line 21 (“Well . . . here it is”) of her interaction with Muriel most clearly serves to What is the focus of this question? 4. Richard’s reaction to the letter Mildred gives him suggests that the “other letter” (line 22) has been an obstacle to him because he was What is the focus of this question?
5. Which of the following best describes a secondary conflict that remains unresolved at the end of the passage? What is the focus of this question? 6. Details presented in the passage suggest that the setting of Richard and Mildred’s conversation is What is the focus of this question?

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