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fabian1998

  • one year ago

Read this sentence from the passage: He had lost none of his mirth, and his merry whistle still shocked some of the staid old Puritans. What is the correct interpretation of this sentence? Many Puritans couldn’t tolerate Charles’s cheerful personality. The older Puritans were amused by Charles’s merry nature. The old Puritans were afraid of Charles.

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  1. fabian1998
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    Charles was not a religious person.

  2. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    I have a six pack

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