Which underlined phrases give specific details about place? Select two options. 1. The grade I earned in trigonometry last year required a lot of time and effort. 2. The student council's goal is to raise enough money for the homecoming dance. 3. Last week, construction workers began building a new fire station around the corner. 4. Generous and hardworking, the volunteers built the playground over there. 5. Sometime last summer, the fruit stand down the street was replaced with a car wash.
Ans. "around the corner" and "down the street" These two options are correct because they both provide specific details about the location of a place. "Around the corner" specifies that the new fire station is located relatively close to the speaker's current location, while "down the street" specifies that the fruit stand is located a short distance away from the speaker's current location. Both of these phrases give a clear sense of the location of these places, which is why they are considered specific details about place. "Over there" is not considered a specific detail about place because it does not provide any information about the actual location of the place mentioned. "Over there" is a general term that could refer to any location that is not immediately next to the speaker, so it does not give a clear sense of where the place is located. In contrast, "around the corner" and "down the street" both provide specific details about the location of a place, which is why they are considered correct answers.
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