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1. When Mrs. Sommers leaves to go shopping, she forgets (1 point) to take money. her daughter Mag’s size. her preferred store. to eat lunch. 2. The resolution of a story should (1 point) build to the climax of the story. describe the setting of the story. set up the problems faced by the main character. settle the conflict of the story. 3. Which of the following is the best synonym for preposterous? (1 point) absurd cautious dark joyful

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1. She forgot to eat lunch 2. settle the conflict of the story. 3. absurd

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Kate Chopin's characters are primarily women who want independence. (1 point) true false Kate Chopin wants readers to feel morbid about Mrs. Sommer's behavior in "A Pair of Silk Stockings." (1 point) true false these are hard too. the others i can get
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