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“[Nene] is a good Christian,” his son went on, “and a teacher in a girls’ school in Lagos.” “Teacher, did you say? If you consider that a qualification for a good wife, I should like to point out to you, Emeka, that no Christian woman should teach. St. Paul in his letter to the Corinthians says that women should keep silence.” This passage is an example of __________. racial bias character vs. self conflict generational dilemma falling action
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@cal.lavender
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general dilemma
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  • salwan
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The skylights, that were made with aluminum leafing, indicate the time period in which the Great Hall was constructed. How is the comma used incorrectly in the sentence? The comma attempts to set apart an essential element. The comma attempts to separate a compound subject. The comma attempts to separate a compound predicate. The comma attempts to join two independent clauses.
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not sure about it but I think the first one
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The little boy is fishing With a green fishline, And he has got me wishing that his line were mine. The little boy is fishing With a fresh-cut pole, And he has got me wishing For his fishing hole. Source: McCord, David. “The Fisherman.” Houghton Mifflin English. Ed. Shirley M. Haley-James. New York: Houghton Mifflin, 1990. Google Books. Web. 18 May 2011. Which technique does McCord use when he allows each line to run into the next?

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