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2). A (this might not be true, unless you provide the excerpt to be 100% sure
1. A.“only I don’t have an evening dress and therefore I can’t go to that affair”
2. B. unrefined
3. C. two-quarters
1. A fact is a statement that can be proven right or wrong with further investigation. Therefore, a fact cannot be a personal opinion that is neither right or wrong. Options B and C describe some situations as "embarrassing" and "humiliating," which are opinions. Option A is the only one that expresses a fact.
2. In this story, the word "common" is used to define something that is not sophisticated or refined.
3. "Two quarters" does not need a hyphen, as "two" is an adjective that describes "quarters" and that can stand on its own.
A. She realizes that Pete can make her work as a dietary aide either easy or extremely difficult.
In the book, she says that "He or she can either make life relatively easy for a server or, if so disposed, set her up for a serious fall."
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