In "Attack the Water," Mirikitani uses concrete language to create vivid images of the human effects of war.
Concrete language appeals to the senses. If a word is concrete, you will know which of the five senses it appeals to.
Concrete language provides the readers a clear understanding of what the writer is writing about, whether it is a place, event, person, or other topic, by giving precise details and specific identifying information. Without concrete language, writing may be uninteresting, unclear or vague.
U can use a comma and a coordinating conjunction to join 2 independent clauses.
Ponyboy, Johnny. ...
Johnny stabs Bob to save Ponyboy from being drowned in a fountain.
Johnny and Ponyboy run away to an abandoned church.
The church gets caught on fire and Ponyboy and Johnny save the kids.
Johnny gets badly hurt from a falling piece of wood and has to stay in the hospital.
Your conclusion should accomplish these things: Restate the main idea of your essay, or your thesis statement. Summarize the three subpoints of your essay, leave the reader with an interesting final impression.
Ex. In this soliloquy, Hamlet turns the subject of death into something that is easier to talk about. He recognizes that life is hard, but that it is hard for everyone, and this makes him feel less alone. Connecting his own experiences to those of others and talking about death in familiar terms, helps him manage his fear of death. He chooses life because it is less mysterious than death. This soliloquy reveals a more sensitive side of Hamlet to us, which is not shown to us frequently.
Answer: I think the answer is 3
Explanation: think you for the question