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Question of the Day: GED Language Arts (RLA)

Adapted from Heidi by Johanna Spyri (1880)

When the March sun had melted the snow on the mountain side and the snowdrops were peeping out all over the valley, and the fir trees had shaken off their burden of snow and were again merrily waving their branches in the air, Heidi ran backwards and forwards with delight first to the goat-shed then to the fir- trees, and then to the hut-door, in order to let her grandfather know how much larger a piece of green there was under the trees, and then would run off to look again, for she could hardly wait till everything was green and the full beautiful summer had clothed the mountain with grass and flowers. As Heidi was thus running about one sunny March morning, and had just jumped over the water-trough for the tenth time at least, she nearly fell backwards into it with fright, for there in front of her, looking gravely at her, stood an old gentleman dressed in black. When he saw how startled she was, he said in a kind voice, “Don’t be afraid of me, for I am very fond of children. Shake hands! You must be the Heidi I have heard of; where is your grandfather?”

What is the author trying to accomplish in the passage?

 

 

personifying Heidi’s feelings in the outdoor scenery

displaying Heidi’s hobbies

symbolizing Heidi’s relationship with her grandfather

frightening the reader with the appearance of the stranger

giving a description of the setting of Heidi’s current location

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