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Hi 
Please tell me if the answers I have marked are correct. I am not sure with the answers for questions 4 and 5

“Scorpion”
Soon after Navi got engaged to Roberto, she began learning about his seemingly magical origins. She had heard many stories of Roberto’s birth city of Guanajuato, and they had all captivated her. She was spellbound by the many exotic tales he told her about the region. At one time, this colonial city was the source of two-thirds of the world’s silver. “Our family goes to a beautiful church in Guanajuato,” Roberto had told her while they toured in the United States. “It is said that silver dust was mixed into the cement building blocks and that is why the church sparkles.” Navi had been enthralled. Roberto always told such wonderful stories. She could not wait to see the city and meet all of Roberto’s family. Navi was excited and knew that the trip was sure to be inspirational. While Roberto had imparted to Navi all the wonders of his beautiful city, it had not occurred to him to mention any dangers. They were young. One could not see the other in distress. They lived only in the moment. Navi was speechless when she saw the Oratorio de San Felipe-a popular church. “It really does sparkle!” she exclaimed. “I’ll meet you outside,” she said, leaving the church. She pulled her sketchpad and pencils from her bag and went to sit against one of the glorious palm trees outside the church. She began sketching the colossal works of famous sculptors. Suddenly, a sharp pain took hold of her left shoulder. It felt like an electrical shock. The pain began to pervade the rest of her body. She had been stung by a scorpion! The last thing Navi remembered was Roberto kneeling by her side. She woke up a week later with him holding her hand and telling her a story. “In Mexico, scorpions are ubiquitous. There are more scorpion deaths here than in any other place in the world. And they love palm trees,” he said, rubbing her hand with tears of relief in his eyes. “I should have mentioned that before.”
Questions: 1) As used in paragraph 2, which is the best antonym for captivated? A. dishonored B. enthralled C. repelled D. saddened
2) As used in paragraph 8, which is the best antonym for colossal? A. dull B. microscopic C. temporal D. inspiring
3) Based on information in the passage, it can be understood that which of the following conditions may result from a scorpion sting? I. unconsciousness II. death III. paralysis A. I only B. I and II C. II and III D. I, II, and III
4) Which of the following sentences from the story most clearly foreshadows that something bad is going to happen? A. They lived only in the moment. (paragraph 5) B. It had not occurred to him to mention any dangers. (paragraph 5) C. “I’ll meet you outside,” she said, leaving the church. (paragraph 7) D. Suddenly, a sharp pain took hold of her left shoulder. (paragraph 9) 5) In paragraph 5, the author writes, “They were young. They were in love. They lived only in the moment." Which of the following is the best way to rewrite these sentences, while keeping their original meaning as used in the story? A. They were young and in love because they lived only in the moment. B. They were young and in love; they lived only in the moment. C. They were young and in love; therefore, they lived only in the moment. D. They were young and in love; conversely, they lived only in the moment.
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This are the right answers, I think:

1C
2B
3A - This is tricky. Which 'may result': death only according to the text. In the story, Navi obviously became unconscious, but that could be a necessary symptom (i.e., 'may' is inappropriate).
4B - which most clearly foreshadows...?
5C.
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Sir, just one question.
In question 4 on foreshadowing, the answer is really convincing, especially on seeing the portion you have underlined.
I want to know whether my option- They only lived in the moment is anywhere any the answer for the reason that they only lived in the moment which to me implied that there was some danger in future.
I don't think so. You can see from Q5 that the phrase has quite another implication.
Thank you, Sir.
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