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Part A: The passage refers to Roman mythology by mentioning that the peacock and Juno go to the Roman god Jupiter for help. Part B: The quotation that best supports the answer in Part A is: "Fate has

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Question: Now answer Numbers 1 through 10. Base your answers on the passages “adapted from The Peacock and Juno” and “Trees Need Not Walk the Earth.” This question has two parts. First, answer Part A. Then, answer Part B. Part A How does Passage 1 refer to Roman mythology? A Roman god has the power to change a creature’s gift. The nightingale is a goddess of Roman mythology. The peacock and Juno go to the Roman god Jupiter for help. The Roman goddess Juno tells the peacock that we all are unique. Part B Which quotation from Passage 1 best supports the answer in Part A? “How can such a rich range of notes flow from such a plain little bird?” (paragraph 2) “‘Still,’ grumbled the peacock, ‘it seems nature has made a mistake, giving such a beautiful voice to such an unremarkable bird.’” (paragraph 5) “Your neck flashes like emeralds, and your splendid tail is a marvel of gorgeous color.” (paragraph 9) “Fate has given us all gifts: to you, beauty; to the eagle, strength; to the nightingale, song; and so on to all the rest.” (paragraph 11)

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Part A The answer is: A Roman god has the power to change a creature’s gift. Part B The quotation that best supports the answer in Part A is: "Fate has given us all gifts: to you, beauty; to the eagle, strength; to the nightingale, song; and so on to all the rest.” (paragraph 11)

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April 11, 2024, 7:07 a.m.

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Published: Thursday, April 11, 2024

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