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1. Which of the following statements about Saadi's sayings is not true?

A) They offer practical advice.
B) They use simple language.
C) They were composed in a time of chaos.
D) They were written for other mystics.

2.What is a rubáiyát?

A) a Chinese poem or verse
B) the Persian word for quatrain
C) a Persian aphorism or proverb
D) a rare and precious gem

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