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Scrooge speaks to Jacob ‘imploringly’. What kind of word is this and what does it tell us about Scrooge?
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“Imploringly” is an adverb. I would say it conveys a sense of desperation, suggesting that Scrooge is experiencing panic over his potential fate. He is evidently desperate for Jacob to provide him with some source of optimism, as even at this point he is afraid of suffering the same fate as his business partner.
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(Original post by Fire_Fox)
“Imploringly” is an adverb. I would say it conveys a sense of desperation, suggesting that Scrooge is experiencing panic over his potential fate. He is evidently desperate for Jacob to provide him with some source of optimism, as even at this point he is afraid of suffering the same fate as his business partner.
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