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13.They both spend Thanksgiving dinner at a special place. Whose place is this? a.It belongs to the young protagonist’s brotherc. It belongs to the old b.It belongs to the old protagonist’s brotherd. It belongs to the young protagonist’s sister protagonist’s sister 14.The climax of the evening is when the older protagonist does something to his nephew. What does he do? him kiss 15.The following morning back at the hotel, the young protagonist wakes up to a clicking sound from the older protagonist’s bedroom. What is he doing? computer piece of steak 16.That same day, they end up in what seems to be the Plaza Hotel Restaurant. The young, 17-year-old protagonist feels like having a beer, We know that teenagers cannot legally drink at restaurants in the U.S. What persuasive technique does the older protagonist use to convince the waiter to bring the young one a glass of beer?
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a date with a lady in a Ferrari 17.At the same fancy restaurant, they strike up a conversation with a young lady who seems to be waiting for her boyfriend, and apparently, he is to arrive “any minute now.” In one of the highlights of the film, the old protagonist convinces her to take a Tango dance lesson from him. What type of persuasive technique does he use here? …or what does he say to her? a.He dazzles her with Army and Lyndon storiesc. Slips her a $100 bill b.By using the line: “Many people live a lifetime in a minuted. Promises her a trip to under the table San Francisco 18.The next day, the older protagonist sleeps in and is still in bed at noon time. He seems tired and depressed. The younger one, worried, attempts to pump some energy unto him. Which persuasive technique does he use to pump him up enough to get up from bed and do something? downtown going to Hawaii
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