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Question

Read the passage
I remember standing at attention, not allowed to move, while the humid heat drew mosquitoes to my skin. They covered my face, my arms, and the bodies of everybody else around me. We were ordered to drop down to the ground and start pumping out pushups. My adrenaline was racing, and the only thing that was going through my mind was the thought that I had made a huge mistake.

How is the narrator feeling?
bored
overjoyed
frustrated
miserable

2 Answer

  • miserable he said he made a huge mistake which means hes miserable.
  • Answer:

    miserable

    Explanation:

    He surely isn't happy or bored. He was doing push ups and had one specific thing in mind: "I made a huge mistake". So he did something. It's not like he was prevented of achieving a goal. He made a choice and his choice put him in a situation where he was not allowed to move, had mosquitos over him and he could not thing of anything but the fact that he regrets being there.

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