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Which of the following is an example of an internal conflict? The alarm clock sounds and you do not want to wake up. You oversleep and you miss your appointment. You get in trouble for not doing class work and get punished. The TV show you always watch is pre-empted by a Presidential speech.

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can you help me?
Well Internal conflict would be something you struggle with personal. like knowing what is wrong and right but still struggling to do the right thing.
so c

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C wouldnt be your fault, you cant help it if your broadcast is changed
however knowing you have to be somewhere but not wanting to move or get up
oooooooooooooooh,B
well oversleeping isnt always your fault. you just oversleep. You wernt already up but still not wanting to move.
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Am I confusing you. Gosh sorry. okay we have ruled out b, and d.
wait wait its A i get it now
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