On December 2007 Al Gore 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.
The mood of the poem "The Negro Speaks of Rivers" is dignified and wise. Langston Hughes establishes a connection between the ancient rivers of the past, which birthed civilization, to the prominent Mississippi, where slaves were traded throughout America
As a reader, the first thing to do before creating a synthesis is to read the text clearly to make sure that you have understood and grasp the main points correctly. Synthesizing is the process of creating or establishing a relationship among articles, essays, lectures and other sources of information. You cannot synthesize or infer the relationships among the topics presented if you haven't been able to read and understand what the entire text is all about. After having read and understood the text the rest of the procedures follow.