# The speaker presents God's creations primarily through?

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Dec 13, 2017

B) The speaker presents God's creations primarily through fragmented dialogue propelled by conjunctions and transitions.

#### Explanation:

Alright, this one is relatively easy. For this kind of problem, I like to do this in two steps. The first step I'm going to look at the first word and eliminate, then finally I'll look at the rest of the answers for the final answer. Let me explain

So just looking at the first few words of each answer we have four choices:

A $\to$The speaker presents God's creations primarily through foreshadowing.

B $\to$The speaker presents God's creations primarily through sequential narration.

C $\to$The speaker presents God's creations primarily through fragmented dialogue.

D $\to$The speaker presents God's creations primarily through descriptions.

So right away A, C, and D are wrong. They both incorrectly describe what the speaker is doing; he is not foreshadowing (the poem is happening "in the moment") and he is not describing something. Even though C may look like the answer, is the speaker presenting "fragmented dialogue?" (remember that dialogue is two or more people speaking to each other)

Lets now look at the answer we have left: "sequential narration propelled by conjunctions and transitions." This is the correct answer. Not only is this poem narrating something that happened (in sequential order) but it also uses words like "and" and "then" which both show a moving forward of events (transitions).

Hope this helped!
~Chandler Dowd