Read the excerpt from "Wherefore Art Thou Romeo?”
"Minor detail,” Shondra said. "You just have to say it like you mean it. Come on, pretend I’m her.” She sat down and put a giant smug grin on her face. "Just remember: think ‘pain,’ but say ‘Romeo.’”
Based on this dialogue, what is Shondra’s attitude toward the narrator?
She a bjtch. Just say she's is helpful and friendly. Aslo I don't know which one is Shondra but you do I guess.
She wants the narrator to remember all her lines for the play.
She wishes she could switch parts in the play with the portrayal.
But, as large and braggadocios, deliberately is a word and an extremely normal one at that. 'Intentionally' signifies "deliberately"; 'deliberately' signifies "demonstrating the presence of a reason." Purposely came into English in the late 1400's or mid 1500's, right amidst a - ly-verb modifier blast in English. The significance of our life is a component of the objectives we seek after that is, our motivations. A reason for existing is a cognizant, purposeful objective. an objective picked and sought after for a coveted result
The correct answer is "She wants the narrator to remember all of her lines for the play".
We should notice this when she asks him to pretend that he is talking to her when he delivers the lines shown in the excerpt. The idea is that this should help him to actually feel the emotions with the necessary degree of authenticity to convey the intention behind the lines. In addition, when she says "think pain, but say Romeo", she is advicing him to associate in his mind the memory of the suffering she inflicted on him in order to more easily remember the lines and deliver them organically.
Hope this helps!