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Someone in Lit told me they hadn't read the book for a unit assessment. I want to help them get the answer without directly giving it.
Tell them to read the book :P but if you are feeling really generous, you can find a shorter reading (sparknotes summery or something) that has the answer in it and tell them to read that
Yeah a summary usually works, like a wiki link :P
They said that they didn't have the book.
I also don't understand it. Why take the test-- And to not read the book-- Just to ask all the question on OS and cheat?
there are many sources online for popular books there are many more summaries of books many many students are usually required to read
The other one they asked was what did someone say in a letter to the other person. I merely gave them the letter. Word for word. It's quite an obvious answer.
I gave them a cliffnote link.
You can't ask test questions in the first place...
True. She's cheating because she didn't even read the book.