Which statement is true of this excerpt from “Totally like whatever, you know?” “Have they been, like, chopped down with t

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Which statement is true of this excerpt from “Totally like whatever, you know?”

“Have they been, like, chopped down
with the rest of the rain forest?
Or do we have, like, nothing to say?
Has society become so, like, totally . . .
I mean absolutely . . . You know?
That we’ve just gotten to the point where it’s just, like . . .
whatever!”
(4 points)

The syntax used in these lines makes fun of the speaker and reader.

The syntax used in these lines has no effect on the speaker or reader.

The syntax used in these lines reflects the argument of the speaker.

The syntax used in these lines opposes the argument of the speaker.

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  1. Ariana
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    2022-05-23T05:55:00+00:00

    Answer:

    Explanation:

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  2. Clara
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    2022-05-23T05:55:27+00:00

    Answer:

    The syntax used in these lines opposes the argument of the speaker.

    Explanation:

    Syntax refers to the arrangement of words and phrases that helps create well-formed sentences. In the excerpt from the poem “Totally like whatever, you know?” the author Taylor Mali uses mockery to ridicule the manner of speaking of those he disapproves of.

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