P What is the tone of this excerpt from Mark Twain’s “Mental Telegraphy Again”? I have three or four curious incidents

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What is the tone of this excerpt from Mark Twain’s “Mental Telegraphy Again”?
I have three or four curious incidents to tell about. They seem to come under the head of what I named “Mental Telegraphy” in a paper written seventeen years ago, and published long afterwards.—
Several years ago I made a campaign on the platform with Mr. George W. Cable. In Montreal we were honored with a reception. It began at two in the afternoon in a long drawing-room in the Windsor Hotel. Mr. Cable and I stood at one end of this room, and the ladies and gentlemen entered it at the other end, crossed it at that.
A. formal and restrained
B. semiformal and controlled
C. informal and conversational
D. formal and didactic
E. harsh and condescending

Question 1 with 1 blank el carro tuyo es azul. (yo) 1 of 1 es rojo. question 2 with 1

1 with 1 blank el carro tuyo es azul. (yo) 1 of 1 es rojo. question 2 with 1 blank el televisor nuestro es pequeño. (ustedes) 1 of 1 es grande. question 3 with 1 blank la impresora mía es rápida. (ella) 1 of 1 es lenta. question 4 with 1 blank la computadora suya es vieja. (tú) 1 of 1 es nueva. question 5 with 1 blank los teléfonos suyos son caros. (nosotros) 1 of 1 son baratos.

Snapping shrimp have evolved very rapid movements in the structures they use to capture prey. These rapid movements, which evolved

Snapping shrimp have evolved very rapid movements in the structures they use to capture prey. These rapid movements, which evolved through natural selection, can be considered a(n) _______, and the process by which they evolved is called _______. founder effect; adaptation adaptation; purifying selection adaptation; adaptation phenotype; purifying selection founder effect; purifying selection