NEED HELP ASAPRead the excerpt from Part 3 of The Odyssey by Homer.They scrambled to their places by the rowlocksand all in line dipped oars in the gray sea.But soon an offshore breeze blew to our liking—a canvas-bellying breeze, a lusty shipmate sentby the singing nymph with sunbright hair.So we made fast the braces, and we rested,letting the wind and steersman work the ship.Based on the excerpt, readers can conclude that Odysseus (the speaker)A. keeps detailed records of the changing weather.B. credits the singing nymph for the favorable wind.C. enjoys the company of the new man aboard his ship.D. follows the orders issued by the ship’s steersman.
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