<span>#1) Prove that Brutus is either a traitor or a patriot.
Answer: According to the previous unit he play both roles. This conclusion came from the fact that he killed his own friend Caesar, who considered Brutus a good friend, and said that he had done this act in order to save Rome from dictatorship.
#2) Identify if it supports that Brutus is a traitor or patriot, and explain why you think the way you do.
<span>Answer: Both of the roles are played by Brutus. But in my opinion he was a traitor because he killed his own friend and then used the excuse of saving Rome from dictatorship. Also after killing Caesar and being totally okay with it he then went on to try to convince the townspeople to believe he was a good person and a noble being.
I hope it helps, Regards. </span></span>
Sort of a works cited. It's where you put what sources you used for your assignment. Usually it's the name, author, publisher, etc of books.
“As much wood as a woodchuck could chuck, If a woodchuck could chuck wood.”
Researchers at Cornell determined that a woodchuck could chuck about 700 pounds
The answer to your question is,
He wanted to engage an audience.
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