The phrases "sound lines" and "amply provides" help make which argument?
The book may be introductory, but it can satisfy a scholar.
The book may be introductory, but it includes everything important.
The book may be scholarly, but it is easy to understand.
The book may be scholarly, but it is more affordable than most.
I think this one is A
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Schools bring the stupidest questions ever ._.
Heard they dont give a high school diploma
I haven't heard that, but I don't pay attention to rumors and the sort anyways. Just keep my head down and do my work.
For this question, it states "The purpose of each volume in this series is impressionistic rather than definitely educational. They are not textbooks for the formal study of Buddhism, but introductions to its study."
So I'd think they're introductory
I don't think they could be scholarly because they state that it's not "definitely educational"
Honestly, I'm not sure about this one. So sorry. D: They all seem pretty decent to me. You'll just have to go with @just_one_last_goodbye on this one.
and im not sure about it either @gabbyalicorn
it's a tricky one.
it's to hard ;-;
Oh, there's a passage I didn't see. Let me read that now.
I would think it'd be B or C. I'm not certain, though.