okay, first off did you try reading the book? because these are not very hard questions and can be easily found in the book.
1. i'm not sure what scene your talking about. but assuming your talking about the first couple of chapters; Jonas, Lilly, and their mother and father
2. being released basically means being exiled, you will later find out that they kill you when you get released.
3. again, i'm not sure what section one is.
4. because that is how he is taught in school. they are not allowed to misuse a word, they are all very careful
5.when he said he was afraid but then corrected himself
6. i don't remember but it's right in the book
7.it's so nobody has secrets in their community
8.no lying, no boasting, share your feelings, share your dreams.
Please, just read the book yourself. My friend uses this book in her English classes so I've read it once... great story. Let yourself be absorbed by it and let your imagination run wild.
Once you figure out what the 'giver' is you'll grasp the concept of 'being released'
Why don't you read the book yourself and try to answer the homework questions on your own?
I wonder if teachers know that kids cheat on their work in this manner. And how do you know you can trust the answerer to give you correct information? Wait...redundant question. I know the answer already.
First off, I have no idea what section 1 is, second, move this to homework help....