What purposes does the prologue serve?

A C D Explanation: I just took the test boys.

to introduce the audience to important characters I think Explanation:

Answer 6

That other answer is wrong. I know because I just got it wrong on the quiz. Here’s a pic of the correct answers. Btw that was the only question I got wrong, if you want the rest of the correct answers here they are. 2.   (It provides background on how a family from Russia got into the sugar business.) 3. (It lets the reader know that the authors are going to describe how honey relates to the story of sugar.) 4. (to present background information about Nina) & ( to intrigue the reader with details about Nina) 5. (The details about the changing laws in France help inform readers that Napoleon wanted to produce sugar cheaply by using enslaved people.) 6. (the main point the author is trying to make) 7. (The details provide examples of how France gradually became a place for worldwide trade.) 8. (It shows the large numbers of workers and tasks required to refine sugar.) 9. (“cooks working for the wealthiest people”) 10. (Egyptians created an innovative process for refining white sugar.) These are correct answers.

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A,C,D is your answers. Explanation: Just do the test on edg

Answer 7

to tell u what the story is about

Read Exp: Explanation: – to provide background information – to discuss events leading up to what happens in the text – to help identify the locations of events

The three correct choices are:
a) to provide background information – The prologue is used to help the reader to understand the setting of the story before reading. What time in history did it take place? Where did it take place?  
c) to discuss events leading up to what happens in the text – The prologue may be used to tell what happened before the story took place.   d) to offer a perspective on events in the text – The prologue can sometimes focus on a different character or point of view. If the story is in first person, the prologue may be in third person.

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Answer 6

That other answer is wrong. I know because I just got it wrong on the quiz. Here’s a pic of the correct answers. Btw that was the only question I got wrong, if you want the rest of the correct answers here they are. 2.   (It provides background on how a family from Russia got into the sugar business.) 3. (It lets the reader know that the authors are going to describe how honey relates to the story of sugar.) 4. (to present background information about Nina) & ( to intrigue the reader with details about Nina) 5. (The details about the changing laws in France help inform readers that Napoleon wanted to produce sugar cheaply by using enslaved people.) 6. (the main point the author is trying to make) 7. (The details provide examples of how France gradually became a place for worldwide trade.) 8. (It shows the large numbers of workers and tasks required to refine sugar.) 9. (“cooks working for the wealthiest people”) 10. (Egyptians created an innovative process for refining white sugar.) These are correct answers.

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