The key details that should be included in a paraphrase of the passage include:
- The men were greatly saddened by the loss of their friends.
- Many of Odysseus's men did not escape with their lives
<h3>What is a paraphrase?</h3>
A paraphrase is an act of rewriting a passage without altering the original meaning.
In this case, the statement "the men were greatly saddened by the loss of their friends" and "many of Odysseus's men did not escape with their lives" should be included in the passage.
Here is the complete question:
Which key details should be included in a paraphrase of this passage? Select two options.
A shipmate cried out three times for each life lost.
Six men from each ship lost their lives at Cicones.
The ships pulled away from shore during the evening.
The men were greatly saddened by the loss of their friends.
Many of Odysseus’s men did not escape with their lives
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I'm going to go with option B. (The Greeks loved their gods)
Hate is a synonym for Despise and from the passage it doesn't seem like they hated the gods.
The gods were predictable is an alternative, however, we don't have supporting details that they were always right.
And lastly, we know they didn't fear their gods because it states that they believed the gods.<span />