And Bruh Gator get tired, lookin. He comepon the broom grass, it tall and dry. He tired out. He stretch heself out in the broom
grass, smell nice. And he fall heself asleep. Bruh Rabbit think now Bruh Gator asleep. He tiepin right pontop and 'e shunt he yeye. And they shut tight, and that rabbit know Bruh Gator asleep for true.
So Bruh Rabbit say to heself, "Bruh Gator gone know what call Trouble this day."
What helps readers understand what the word yeye means?
the description of how the broom grass feels
the description of how the broom grass smells
the description of the alligator falling asleep
the description of the rabbit causing trouble
“ I would have picked up the pear now and eaten it before all the world“
A hyperbole often means the use of exaggeration, examples of this can often be overlooked. Here, it is said that the narrator wiohld eat a pear before “all the world”, which is definitely an exaggeration because that is technically not possible. It is subtle, but a good example
it's basically talking about how the American indians and the natives live on about 1.1 million acres of land and also the natives lands are mostly found throughout the USA and their culture and indentity