Both are about soldiers in wartime.
Both present a first-person narrative.
Both provide graphic images of death and war.
Remains has a faster paced rhythm, Exposure has a more measured pace, reflecting the way the soldiers are waiting.
Remains is about modern warfare, Exposure is about World War One.
Remains has a structure which disintegrates towards the end, Exposure uses a more regular structure.
Exposure is written in the present tense about an experience that is unfolding. Remains is also written mostly in the present tense, but is about a past experience, showing the lasting trauma of the experience of war for this soldier.
b) sending meeting reports
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it's likely the answer would be c.
- a - you could speak slowly, but if you used the same humor and a higher complexity or the same level of complexity, they might understand what to do.
- b - the humor presented might not be understandable to the 1st graders.
- d - explaining where peanut butter comes from is irrelevant to the homeeco class.
**c - by adjusting the level of complexity, you are going to a point of talking where everybody understands you, if you what i'm saying.**
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