Ther right answers are the letters "A. Australia" and "C. Penguins".
The explanation for this is that a proper noun is one that particularizes beings by distinguishing them from their species, such as entities, countries, cities, states, continents, planets, oceans, among others. These names are always written with the initial capital letter. In this sentence, the words "Penguins" and "Australia" are the only ones that exert this particularization and were written with the first letter in May.
Although I will most likely not make this half a page long, I will explain in slightly shorter terms. People may speak out against vicious laws when they believe that the law is...well, wrong. It may be outrageous to them, sexist, racist, whatever that they think that is incorrect about the law. I hope this helps! Marking as Brainliest would be highly appreciated. :]
The first "real" character to speak in Romeo and Juliet is Sampson, a Capulet servant who opens Act 1 Scene 1 with the line "Gregory, o' my word, we'll not carry coals."
Other than that, a voice was narrating the opening scene "Two households, both alike in dignity, In fair Verona, where we lay our scene, From ancient grudge break to new mutiny, Where civil blood makes civil hands unclean."