anonymous
  • anonymous
2) In the knightly years, it must be remembered, it was important to know whether one was meeting friend or foe. 3) Meeting a foe meant fighting on the spot.
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anonymous
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Which of the following is the best way to paraphrase Sentences 2 & 3? A. Emily Post states that it was important to know who was friend or foe. B. In the medieval era, knights needed to know immediately whom to fight. C. In Etiquette, Emily Post states that raising the visor was an important way of letting other knights know who wanted to cause them harm. D. In Etiquette, Emily Post reminds us that in the medieval era, being able to differentiate friends from enemies could prevent unwanted fighting.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Hello! Sorry for the delay. To paraphrase means to sum up. If you could just sum up what sentences 2 and 3 meant, or to just list the important parts, what would you say? :) Example: 1) I am a teenaged girl who likes purple. 2) Purple is a magnificent and rich color. If I were to paraphrase sentences 1 and 2, I would say something like this: Tafkas is a teenager who likes purple, a magnificent color. :) Do you get it?
anonymous
  • anonymous
um kinda

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