"a" and "im" I believe.
ex as in excommunication
a as in atheist
im as in impossible
Answer:There is gradual shift of point of view in the story “An Occurrence
●''Owl Creek Bridge'' isn't a first-person narration, meaning that it's not told from the perspective of the main character, meaning Farquhar. Instead, the text comes from a third-person narrator, or told by an external force or character.
●In some sense, Bierce presents readers with an unreliable third-person narrator. The narrator knows, the entire time, that Peyton is dreaming, but tricks readers into thinking that Peyton has escaped. By representing the scenes of Peyton's dream as reality, the narrator toys with the reader's emotions.
●In “An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge” a couple of shifts throughout the story change the entire story's point of view essentially bewildering readers. For instance, in paragraph five, a shift occurs when Peyton Farquhar closes his eyes right before he is to be hung.
●In paragraph 36 of "An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge," Bierce shifts from past tense to present tense. Bierce writes that "now he sees another scene . . . he stands at the gate of his own home." The effect here is that the reader believes Farquhar has truly escaped and made it home.
Answer:According to the students learn in different ways such example as games, animations, family, and the school etc.
The term student refers to learn the knowledge and the development of the body. They also the gain the experience. The students are the learn as the under the guidance of the teacher. The teacher is the teach to the students. The student is the learn on the different ways to the consumption of the different knowledge.
According to the student are the learn on the different ways are;
Animation video to the easily describe the concept and the remember to the easy in the task.
Games are the learn to mistakes not to repeated.
Family are the firstly teach to the student.
School are the teacher to the guide in the career.
As a result, the student is the learn on the different in the way.
Answer:In lines 578-579, Mrs. Keeney tells her husband why she wanted to sail with him: "I wanted to see
make necessary changes as required to make the points better