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I forgot to include these other sentences. I hope you can look at them too.

1) The merchant had a forked beard. He wore a motley dress, a Flemish beaver hat and daintily buckled boots. He sat high on his horse when riding.
2)He told his opinions in solemn tones. He was expert at dabbling in exchanges, pompous in administration. He was such a shrewd businessman that nobody knew he was in debt.
3)These aspects of his personality reflect an ambiguous, reserved personality, a man attracted by good deals and rather full of pretensions.
4) Sometimes Chaucer gives us information about the pilgrim’s profession or what the pilgrim is wearing (wears?)

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    1) The merchant had a forked beard and wore motley dress, a Flemish beaver hat, and daintily buckled boots. He sat high on his horse when riding.

    2)He told his opinions in solemn tones. He was expert at dabbling in exchanges, pompous in administration. He was such a shrewd businessman that nobody knew he was in debt.

    3)These traits reflect an ambiguous, reserved personality, a man attracted by good deals and rather full of pretensions.

    4) Sometimes Chaucer gives us information about the pilgrim’s profession by what the pilgrim is wearing.

    Read and compare carefully.

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