Why couldnt Mr White think of anything he wanted to wish for?
Why couldn’t Mr. White think of anything he wanted to wish for? He was scared to make a wish.
Which mood does foreshadowing help create in the monkey’s paw?
The mood of the story foreshadows that bad things will happen. At first, the mood is dark and scary outside the house but cheerful inside the house. Then, as the family makes wishes and bad things begin to happen, the mood becomes one of fear and terror. The dark mood foreshadows the events that take place later.
What are the advantages of living in the countryside?
Advantages of living in the countryside
- Relaxed and slow pace of life.
- Bigger houses and pollution free environment.
- Freedom from traffic congestion and overcrowded public transport.
- Lack of job opportunities but a lower cost of living.
- Places within walking distances and more physical activity.
Which do you prefer living in the countryside or living in the city?
There are numerous of reasons why living in countryside is the better than the city. The scenery, the streets, the people and the paced are totally different compare to the city. The first outstanding characteristic about the countryside is that it is beautiful and peaceful. The air is fresh and the surroundings green.
How does Mr White Word his first wish?
“I wish my son alive again.” The first wish that Mr. White makes (his family helps him to decide on this one) is for 200 pounds (money). This wish is granted, but it only happens by his son being killed.
What is the main idea of paragraph 13?
The main idea of the paragraph is that Sergeant-Major Morris is an experienced traveler, who entertains the White family with his elaborate, fascinating stories from distant parts of the world, which will eventually introduce the story of the magic monkey’s paw.
What is the theme of paragraph 26 a the monkey’s paw has unlimited power b holy men are able to rule people’s lives c don’t tamper with fate or you’ll regret it D a magic paw can grant a person three wishes of his?
this is because the paragraph says, “fate ruled people’s lives, and that those who interfered with it did so to their sorrow.” You can interpret this to mean that if you tamper with fate, you will be sorrowful and regret it.
Which sentence from paragraph one expresses the main idea of the passage?
What attitude does Herbert display toward his father’s wish on the monkey’s paw?
Frightened and disgusted
Why living in the countryside is better than the city?
In the cities are also more shops. For me, countryside is better than the city because there is calm and clean air. The access for food in the city is more easier , but in the countryside the food is more natural and healthy.
How is Mr White’s reaction different than Mrs White’s in the excerpt?
How is Mr. White’s reaction different than Mrs. White’s in the excerpt? He seems less surprised that Herbert is dead.
How does peaches statement in paragraph 26 help develop the theme?
How does Peaches statement in paragraph 26 help develop the theme? A It shows that Monkeyman’s actions have inspired. someone else to put themselves in danger for a. friend.
What is the theme of paragraph 26?
The main idea of paragraph 26 is to not tamper with fate or you will regret it. Explanation: The main concept of paragraph 26 from “The Monkey’s Paw” is the implication that the paw is evil and therefore that any wish made from it will encounter bad consequences.
What is the family’s first wish?
White retrieves it, and the Whites decide to use the paw. The family’s first wish is Herbert’s: he asks for enough money to make the final mortgage payment (200 pounds). The next day, Herbert goes to work and is killed at the local factory in a horrible accident.