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Poeple working together on a project are ________.
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Poeple working together on a project are ________.
collaborating
When you follow an order or request, you _________.
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When you follow an order or request, you _________.
comply
When you express approval over someone else's work, you ___.
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When you express approval over someone else's work, you ___.
commend
A person who speaks disrespectfully is ________.
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A person who speaks disrespectfully is ________.
impudent
A critisism about a tax increse in the newspaper is a __________.
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A critisism about a tax increse in the newspaper is a __________.
diatribe
True or False? The men felt Summit was a good idea because they thought they would not get caught.
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True or False? The men felt Summit was a good idea because they thought they would not get caught.
True
Why did Sam and Bill pay Ebenezer Dorset?
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Why did Sam and Bill pay Ebenezer Dorset?
They wanted to get rid of Red Chief
Sam had trouble catching up with Bill at the end because...
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Sam had trouble catching up with Bill at the end because...
Bill ran so fast
Why did Bill suggest lowering the amount of the ransom to $1500.?
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Why did Bill suggest lowering the amount of the ransom to $1500.?
He did not think anyone would pay $2000. for Red Chief
Why didn't Ebenezer Dorset want to pay a ransom for his son?
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Why didn't Ebenezer Dorset want to pay a ransom for his son?
He knew his son was trouble
Where did they take the boy to hide him?
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Where did they take the boy to hide him?
a cave
In what state did this story take place?
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In what state did this story take place?
Alabama
What was the approximate time period of this story?
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What was the approximate time period of this story?
early 1900's
Where was it that Bill and Sam were headed to pull of their other scheme?
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Where was it that Bill and Sam were headed to pull of their other scheme?
Western Illinois
At the end of the story, where does Bill say he is headed?
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At the end of the story, where does Bill say he is headed?
Canadian border
When Bill and Sam pull up to kidnap the boy, what do they find him doing?
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When Bill and Sam pull up to kidnap the boy, what do they find him doing?
throwing rocks at a kitten
What was Bill and Sam's motivation for kidnapping the boy?
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What was Bill and Sam's motivation for kidnapping the boy?
collect $2000. to pay for another fraudulent scheme
What motivates Sam to wake up early in the morning?
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What motivates Sam to wake up early in the morning?
He was afraid that Red Chief would burn him at the stake
What motivates Bill to beg Sam to lower the ransom to $1500.?
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What motivates Bill to beg Sam to lower the ransom to $1500.?
He is desperate to be rid of Red Chief
What motivates Ebenzer Dorset to offer to take Red Chief off their hands for $250.
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What motivates Ebenzer Dorset to offer to take Red Chief off their hands for $250.
get even / teach the kidnappers a lesson
Define IRONY (IRONIC)
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Define IRONY (IRONIC)
when the unexpected happens
What was ironic about the kidnapping?
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What was ironic about the kidnapping?
No one seemed to be upset that the boy was missing
What was ironic about the boy being imprisoned in the cave?
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What was ironic about the boy being imprisoned in the cave?
red Chief thought that staying in the cave was great, didn't want to go home
What was ironic about the men delivering a ransom note?
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What was ironic about the men delivering a ransom note?
Dorset not only refused to pay the ransom, he demanded $250.
What was ironic about the town being called Summit?
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What was ironic about the town being called Summit?
It was on flat ground
Who do you think got the best out of the kidnapping situation?
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Who do you think got the best out of the kidnapping situation?
Ebenezar Dorst




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