The best and most correct answer among the choices provided by the question is the first choice. The turnabout is the part of the plot that drives toward the conclusion of the story. I hope my answer has come to your help. God bless and have a nice day ahead!
Okonkwo has a very bad temper and his three wives are living in fear with him. An analysis of Okonkwo's psychology shows that his aggression is rooted from a subconscious fear of being a failure like his father. He hates his father's ideals and principles of idleness and gentleness. Since Okonkwo is consumed with fear of becoming like his father, he beats and reprimands his <span>twelve-year-old son named Nwoye out of concern that his son will become lazy.</span>
'How It Feels To Be Colored Me' is an essay written by Zora Neale Hurston. The essay reflects upon her autobiographical account as an African-American woman in America.
In the first paragraph, the speaker makes appeal to logos, pathos, and ethos. In her first paragraph, Hurston connects her audience to her origin or birth. She uses ethos in the first three words <em>'I am colored.'</em> By introducing herself as a colored person, she is stating that her essay and she herself as an author of the essay is reliable. In next few words, she appeals to pathos; invoking a emotion. By asserting that she offer nothing to extenuating circumstances, she is trying to tap into the emotions of African-Americans. Lastly, she appeals to logos by stating the fact that her origin is from an Indian Chief (term used to define white master).
1. Corrosion: the process of deteriorating or wearing down (especially by chemical action). It is a chemical process which causes rustiness in physical objects such as metals due to the formation of an oxide. Corrosion is commonly prevented by galvanization of metals.
2. Ecosystem: the system that connects plants and animals to their physical environment.
An ecosystem can be defined as the natural living habitats of both living and non-living organisms. Essential services such as plant pollination, water purification, nutrient cycling etc that are being provided by the ecosystem are really very vital, important and useful for the sustenance of life, both for humans and enhances social welfare.
3. Precipitation: water in any form (e.g., rain, snow, sleet) that falls on the earth. It is known as one of the elements of weather and it's essentially water that is being released from the sky.
4. Source: a place from which something originates. It can either be primary or secondary depending on the hierarchy.
5. Emission: something released and sent out (e.g., radiation, gas). It is usually associated with pollutants and radioactive elements that undergo nuclear reactions.
6. Vulnerable: easily attacked or harmed. It is the state in which a living organism can easily be infected, harmed or attached by another. Susceptibility s synonymous with vulnerability.