If a poet writes, ‘the soil / is bare now, nor can foot feel, being shod’, the best paraphrasing is a. the earth is worn bare from

If a poet writes, “the soil / is bare now, nor can foot feel, being shod”, the best paraphrasing is a. the earth is worn bare from man’s use. b. dirt doesn’t feel good to walk on. c. feet that wear shoes often hurt. d. the soil is ruined by people planting. student bincorrect penn foster

The soil is ruined by people planting

I think its a  the earth is worn bare from man’s use. hopefully this helps

I would suggest someone and are something being into soil and are buried.

The correct answer is: C. the earth is worn bare from man’s use. The phrase “the soil / is bare now, nor can foot feel, being shod” means that the earth is worn bare from man’s use. It means that the human itself can not feel what he is doing to the “soil” meaning as earth, because he is always wearing shoes.

A. the earth is worn bare from man’s use.

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Answer 6

A. the soil is ruined by people planting.

Answer 7

B) The earth is worn bare from man’s use. Hope I helped, tell me if I’m wrong!

I am pretty sure that its B. The earth is worn bare from man’s use.

In poet writing,”the soil/is bare now, nor can foot feel, being shod”, the best paraphrasing is phrases

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