anonymous
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How can reading out loud help you understand difficult lines in Shakespeare's plays? A. The more you read the lines, the easier they will be to understand. B. Reading aloud relieves tension and will help you focus on the words. C. You will naturally move the words in the correct order. D. The lines were meant to be read aloud; doing so might aid understanding.
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D.
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Remember, they're plays; meant to be performed.

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