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I need a little help.2.according to many social scientist,adolescence ends for most people. A.when the physical and intellectual changes of puberty have occurred B.by the time the person reaches age 20. C.when they're most comfortable with and have a clear understanding of who they are. D.when they become independent from their parents. 3.someone who has a strong ego identity? A.is confident about his or her future goals and plans B. Only thinks of himself or herself,and rarely considers the feelings of others. C.is comfortable with the type of person he or she is. D. Feels that he or she is worthwhile.

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    2. According to many social scientist,adolescence ends for most people.
    A. when the physical and intellectual changes of puberty have occurred
    B. by the time the person reaches age 20.
    C. when they're most comfortable with and have a clear understanding of who they are.
    D. when they become independent from their parents.

    3. Someone who has a strong ego identity?
    A. is confident about his or her future goals and plans
    B. only thinks of himself or herself and rarely considers the feelings of others
    C. is comfortable with the type of person he or she is
    D. feels that he or she is worthwhile.

    2. C. and D. can't be correct because some adults never achieve these behaviors. Which do you think is the better answer -- A or B?

    3. C and D are about the same. Does your text give a clue about what that author believes is more indicative of a person with a strong ego identity?

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    only thinks of himself or herself,and rarely considers the feelings of others

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