Point of View Practice Exercises (page 3)

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1. d
2. b
3. c
4. c
5. b
6. c
7. I explained to Icarus how the candle wax would hold the feathers on our arms like wings. We waited for a perfect day, when strong winds blew from the south … strong enough to carry us north toward Athens. At last, that day arrived. As we prepared to leave, I warned Icarus not to fly too high. "The heat of the sun could melt the wax that holds your wing feathers in place," I warned.
8. d
9. b
10. c
11. a
12. About noon, a distant noise is heard. Axel notes the fact without being able to explain it. It is a continuous roar. Three hours pass. The roarings seem to come from a very distant waterfall and Axel remarks this to his uncle, who replies, "Axel, you may be right."
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