Read the excerpt from Frida Kahlo by Hedda Garza. Kahlo brusquely informed Rivera that she wanted him to tell her the unvarnished truth about her work. If she could not earn her living as an artist, she announced, she would take up some other profession to help her parents. "I want you to tell me if I am a good enough artist to make it worthwhile to go on." Why would the author include this event in the biography? It shows that Kahlo was ready to quit and live with her parents. It describes the beginning of Kahlo's relationship with Diego Rivera. It shows that Rivera was not kind to Frida Kahlo. It describes Frida Kahlo's feelings about her artwork.
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the pronoun reference replaces a noun, but you have to make sure there's no room for confusion.
in the first sentence "her" could be referring to shely or to the sister. the answer there is "shelly called her sister and told her about the new baby."
in the second sentence "it" could be referring to the roof or the floor. the answer there is "since the roof leaks on the family room floor, we need to repair the roof."
the sentence that best describes the tone of the passage from the radio broadcast compared to the passage from the book is b. the radio broadcast has a more surprised tone.
consider the text evidence: in the passage from the book, the description is more matter-of-fact. it is simply describing the things resembling little grey snakes, but there is no urgency in the description. on the other hand, in the passage from the radio broadcast, there is definetely urgency (you can tell from the expression used, "good heavens", which clearly indicates surprise.)