from Heidi By Johanna Spyri The early light of morning lay rosy red upon the mountains, and a fresh breeze rustled through the fir trees an

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from Heidi By Johanna Spyri The early light of morning lay rosy red upon the mountains, and a fresh breeze rustled through the fir trees and set their ancient branches waving to and fro. The sound awoke Heidi and she opened her eyes. The roaring in the trees always stirred a strong emotion within her and seemed to draw her irresistibly to them. So she jumped out of bed and dressed herself as quickly as she could, but it took her some time even then, for she was careful now to be always clean and tidy. When she went down her ladder she found her grandfather had already left the hut. He was standing outside looking at the sky and examining the landscape as he did every morning, to see what sort of weather it was going to be. Little pink clouds were floating over the sky, that was growing brighter and bluer with every minute, while the heights and the meadow lands were turning gold under the rising sun, which was just appearing above the topmost peaks. “O how beautiful! how beautiful! Good-morning, grandfather!” cried Heidi, running out. “What, you are awake already, are you?” he answered, giving her a morning greeting. Then Heidi ran round to the fir trees to enjoy the sound she loved so well, and with every fresh gust of wind which came roaring through their branches she gave a fresh jump and cry of delight. Read the excerpt below and answer the question that follows: The early light of morning lay rosy red upon the mountains, and a fresh breeze rustled through the fir trees and set their ancient branches waving to and fro. The sound awoke Heidi and she opened her eyes. The roaring in the trees always stirred a strong emotion within her and seemed to draw her irresistibly to them. So she jumped out of bed and dressed herself as quickly as she could, but it took her some time even then, for she was careful now to be always clean and tidy. Which of these phrases from the passage most directly indicates a recent influence on Heidi’s life? (5 points) “always stirred a strong emotion within her” “draw her irresistibly to them” “dressed herself as quickly as she could” “she was careful now to be always clean and tidy”

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Duy Le 2022-05-24T00:35:41+00:00 2 Answers 0

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  1. Madelyn
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    2022-05-24T00:37:08+00:00

    I believe the correct answer is “she wasncareful now to be always clean and tidy”.

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    In this passage from the novel “From Heidi” writtennby German author Johanna Spyri, the phrase from which most directly indicates anrecent influence on Heidi’s life is “she was careful now to be alwaysnclean and tidy”. That there was a recent influence in this phrase is shownnby using the word “now” which can be interpreted as “from this day on”.

  2. Kaylee
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    2022-05-24T00:37:27+00:00

    Answer:

    Yes, the correct answer is “she was careful now to be always clean and tidy”.

    Explanation:

    I took the test and got it correct.

    Good luck with your test 😀

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