Which sentence contains an evaluative modifier expressing strong disapproval? although the story was interesting, the resolution

Which sentence contains an evaluative modifier expressing strong disapproval? although the story was interesting, the resolution was predictable. i found it difficult to keep track of all the characters and the confusing plot. some people think his poetry is wonderful, but i find it conceited. the writer found an original way to express an old idea.

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  1. The answer is C: 3 - 4 - 1 - 2

    3) Paco's introdution, presenting the topic.

    4) Development of the text mentioning the claim that defends De Luca's argument.

    1) Use of connecting words, "in addition" to give continuity and complete the statement before.

    2. Conclusion stating that in the end De Lucas's argument was concincing.

  2. the correct answer to the given question is option c- 3-4-1-2.

    (3) in article, deluca attempts to come to grips with the decades-old question ""are rock lyrics poetry? ”

    (4) he claims that question has been answered with a resounding yes by the nobel committee, who awarded their literary prize to singer-songwriter bob dylan for collective literary works, most of are song lyrics.

    (1) in addition to quoting comments about dylan's contributions to literature, deluca examines dylan's writing and its influences.

    (2) despite a somewhat confusing presentation of evidence, in the end, deluca's argument is convincing.

  3. This article seems to be about being indigenous/a minority in America and feeling left out. its all about social identity

    Explanation:

  4. The sentence that contains an evaluative modifier expressing strong disapprova is "some people think his poetry is wonderful, but I find it pretentious." Option C is correct.

    Evaluative modifiers are those which can be added in a sentence in order to communicate a reviewer’s opinions.

    These modifiers come before the defining modifiers and are subjective – they reflect a particular person’s point of view.

    Evaluative modifiers can also communicate negative opinions.

  5. B) Informal.

    Explanation: The style in writing can be defined as the way a writer writes. It is the technique that an individual author uses in his writing. It varies from author to author, and depends upon one's syntax, word choice, and tone. In the given excerpt from a student's analytical essay, we can see an example of an informal style of writing, we can see that in the use of informal language like "cool," "Alice does not really get it," etc.

  6. "Some people think his poetry is wonderful, but I find it conceited.

    Explanation: Although the whole passage is rather negative, this one sentence contains a very strong word: conceited. Saying that someone is conceited (i.e., too proud of him or herself, arrogant) implies having a personal judgment of that person and assuming they have that personality trait.

  7. This question is incomplete, here´s the complete question.  

    Read these sentences from Paco's evaluation of Dan DeLuca's argument in the article "Dylan's Nobel Prize Settles Debate: Rock Lyrics Are Poetry."

    (1) In addition to quoting comments about Dylan's contributions to literature, DeLuca examines Dylan's writing and its influences.

    (2) Despite a somewhat confusing presentation of evidence, in the end, DeLuca's argument is convincing.

    (3) In his article, DeLuca attempts to come to grips with the decades-old question "Are rock lyrics poetry?"

    (4) He claims that this question has been answered with a resounding yes by the Nobel committee, who awarded their literary prize to singer-songwriter Bob Dylan for his collective literary works, most of which are song lyrics.

    In which order should the sentences appear?

    3 - 4 - 1 - 2

    Explanation:

    Sentence (3) seems to be the presentation, as it includes a description of the subject of the text: DeLuca´s article about whether or not rock lyrics can be considered as poetry. Sentence (4) follows with a description of DeLuca´s ideas about that question. Sentence (1) provides some extra information before sentence (2) closes the text by deeming DeLuca's argument as convincing.

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