Which heroic quality does manjiro show in the excerpt? read the excerpt from heart of a samurai. that night, lying in his bunk, manjiro couldn’t trying the new words. “buttons,” he whispered. “pockets. shoes. bread.” bread was hard to say. he tried again and again. “captain,” he said. “whitfield.”“what are you doing? ” goemon said.“maybe if i learn some words, i can ask questions.”goemon groaned. “more questions! ”“if we don’t learn their language, how will we know what they intend to do to us? ”
17) the creation of two daughter cells with half the number of chromosomes that the parent cell has by the process of cell division
18) to copy the cell's DNA
(Féminin + pluriels)
Ah yes, I agree, it is D ^-^
Answerthe answer is c because i just a 100 in a test and this was one of the questions
b He likes to learn new things
He is learning new words and wanting to ask questions. He is clearly interested in learning about wherever he is and what people do there.
B) Ne va pas à Paris ^^
I took the test and I got a 100%
Heart of a Samurai is a historical Novel penned by Margi Preus. The protagonist of the novel is a young boy named Manjiro Nakahama. Manjiro Nakahama is considered the first Japanese to land in America. The novel is based on his life only. The young boy shipwrecked along with his four companions. In 1841, he was rescued by American whalers. The young boy dreamed of becoming a samurai one day and thus learn new laws and customs of America.
The heroic quality portrayed in the given passage is his desire to learn new things. It is this desire and willingness only that made Manjiro a samurai. When Manjiro landed in America with whalers, it was his learning eagerness and desire that made him acceptable there and was able to receive basic education. He also learned advanced mathematics, navigation, and surveying skills. These skills and learning helped him gain the title of a Samurai
So, the correct answer is option C.