GED Reasoning through Language Arts 1.4 Reading Skills

GED Reasoning through Language Arts 1.4 Reading Skills. How do the first two paragraphs set up the subsequent dialogue to create a certain impression?

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wide people saying never okay got it Good Well here's

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question How do the first two paragraphs set up the

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subsequent dialogue to create a certain impression And the choices

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are exactly All right well if we read through the

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dialogue in paragraphs three to six we see it's mostly

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variations on a theme and that theme is judgmental Good

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wives gossip about hester prynne But what of those first

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two paragraphs Two Well there isn't a lot of specific

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information provided about the individual women The answer is out

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and that really no specific mention of hester prynne at

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all Now there is discussion of the legal system but

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the focus isn't on the good wives rolling instead it's

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a lot of description showing that society was severe and

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cold and that the women were of course moral fiber

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and an unrefined moral diet And then we get four

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straight paragraphs of nasty gossip to nail in The point

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answer is c The narrator's commentary about the scene reinforces

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the harshness of the women's judgement because a diet of

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course moral fiber can make you pretty hard on the 00:01:45.192 --> [endTime] inside Figuratively speaking that is yeah it's Not pretty