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When the speaker refers to pausing to "enjoy the view/of the trees and the flowers below" he is really talking about? a) looking down at the view from the mountain b) giving up the struggle to just focus on his past successes c) being inspired by the beauty of the scenery d) taking pleasure in the challenges he's already overcome

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Hey @dixiemitsy I like your pic
Thank you :) I would answer this question, but I have no idea what passage/speaker you're talking about!

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idk this one srry
I would have to read whatever the story is but I would say B or D
i mean A or C. B and D are the ones i would get rid of
@sydnoelle I disagree; When the speaker is enjoying the view of trees and flowers, he could be reminiscing about past struggles/challenges he has faced and overcome. You can never fully answer this until @Young_Wild_Free101 provides the passage/story
hold on

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