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okay, the question I have to answer is:

List the character you have "met" so far. What do you know about each character?

I see there is emphasis on "met"
Can anyone please explain the question more clearly?

Is it asking me to list the main characters, all the characters or what?

thank you,.

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    I assume you're reading a novel or a play. As I understand the question, you are to list all of the characters you've read about so far. You should identify each one, even if the identification is very short. You'll tell more about the main characters, of course.

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