On December 2007 <u>Al Gore</u> held his Acceptance Speech for receiving the Nobel Peace Prize. In his speech he quotes several well-known and respected people like Winston Churchill, Mahatma Ghandi, George Orwell, etc. to strengthen his plea for a better handling of the environmental issue.
Question: Which sentence is most clearly focused on the context of Al Gore's speech?
Answer: A. Quoting respected people is one way Al Gore supports his points about the environment.
Mr. Meacham the woodcarver tells the local children stories of a giant friendly dragon that lives in the woods. His daughter Grace never believed him. One day, she meets Pete, who says he lives in the woods with such a dragon! Grace, with the help of her friend Natalie, goes to discover whether he is telling the truth.