Just then an armored car came across the bridge and advanced slowly up the street. It stopped on the opposite side of the street, fifty yards ahead. The sniper could hear the dull panting of the motor. His heart beat faster. It was an enemy car. He wanted to fire, but he knew it was useless. His bullets would never pierce the steel that covered the gray monster. The author uses descriptive language in paragraph 7 to suggest that -Group of answer choicesthe narrator is oblivious to the precariousness of the situationwartime creates a loud, fast-paced environmentdespite the narrator’s confidence in using a gun and in his ability to remain hidden from enemies, he still recognizes the significant danger of the situation
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