English-2
Grade-6
Easy

Question

Direction : Choose the appropriate tone in the given passage
As that Hurricane threatened, the wind’s blast caused angry fifteen-foot waves to crash over the small houses near the shore.

  1. Scary
  2. Sarcastic
  3. Cynical

hintHint:

Find the appropriate tone in passage.

The correct answer is: Scary


    The correct answer is scary. 
    The tone in the given passage tells about the hurricane and it’s disaster.

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