Which parts of this excerpt from beowulf denote the importance of kinship and lineage?

Which parts of this excerpt from beowulf denote the importance of kinship and lineage? hither to come; of kinsmen’s approval, word-leave of warriors, i ween that ye surely nothing have known. never a greater one of earls o’er the earth have i had a sight of than is one of your number, a hero in armor; a. kinsmen’s approval,. word-leave of warriors. b. nothing have known. never a greater one. of earls o’er the earth have i had a sight of. c. and striking appearance. d. what race ye belong to.

@meerkat18   the question states the following: whichtwo partsof this excerpt from beowulf denote the importance of kinship and lineage? not just one. therefore it will include two

The correct answer among all the other choices is d. what race ye belong to. this is the part  of this excerpt from beowulf that denotes the importance of kinship and lineage.  you for posting your question. i hope this answer you. let me know if you need more .

A) Explanation: Beowulf is having 3,182 alliterative lines and it is an epic poem. This, one of the most important poem of Old English literature, is having a story set in Scandinavia and it is describing a hero of the Geats, Beowulf. His character is brave, smart and great warrior that would never  give up. In the first part of you excerpt, ”of kinsmen’s approval, Word-leave of warriors” we can see a significant of the importance of kinship and lineage. Since he was a great warrior, those things were important to him.

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answer : the following two parts of the given excerpt from “beowulf” denote the importance of kinship and lineage : 1. hither to come; of (kinsmen’s approval,   word-leave of warriors), i ween that ye surely 2. (nothing have known. never a greater one     of earls o’er the earth have i had a sight of)

answer: the correct answer for the question that is being presented above is this one: “a. kinsmen’s approval, word-leave of warriors.” the parts of this excerpt from beowulf denotes the importance of kinship and lineage is that kinsmen’s approval, word-leave of warriors. read more on – explanation: you plz mark brainliest plz plz

Answer 6

answer: the answer above is wrong explanation: i just took the test and was marked wrong

Answer 7

hither to come; of [kinsmen’s approval, word-leave of warriors], i ween that ye surely [nothing have known. never a greater one of earls o’er the earth have i had a sight of] i chose these excerpts as my answer to this question.

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The 2 Answers are obviously, (Kinsmen’s approval, word-leave warriors) and (what race ye belong to) as the question asks for two parts that represent kinsmamship and lineage. Lineage is very similar to race or inheritance. Your family lineage is the direct ancestry with past relatives from other generations.

Two parts of this excerpt from Beowulf denote the importance of kinship and lineage: a. kinsmen’s approval, Word-leave of warriors. Explanation: “I have been strand-guard, standing as warden,
Lest enemies ever anywise ravage
Danish dominions with army of wars-ships.
More boldly never have warriors ventured
Hither to come; of kinsmen’s approval,
Word-leave of warriors, I ween that ye surely
Nothing have known. Never a greater one
Of earls o’er the earth have I had a sight of
Than is one of your number, a hero in armor;
No low-ranking fellow adorned with his weapons,
But launching them little, unless looks are deceiving,
And striking appearance. Ere ye pass on your journey
As treacherous spies to the land of the Scoldings
And farther fare, I fully must know now
What race ye belong to. Ye far-away dwellers,
Sea-faring sailors, my simple opinion
Hear ye and hearken: haste is most fitting
Plainly to tell me what place ye are come from.” Which two parts of this excerpt from Beowulf denote the importance of kinship and lineage? a. kinsmen’s approval, Word-leave of warriors
b.Nothing have known. Never a greater one Of earls o’er the earth have I had a sight of
c.And striking appearance.
d.What race ye belong to. This excerpt denotes about the importance of kinship and lineage is that kinsmen’s approval, word-leave of warriors
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