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What are the two topic sentences of this paragraph?
“As I was sewing the top of the pillow, my grandmother mumbled along, her frail voice faltering as she gasped for breath in between disjointed sentences and phrases. She explained the reason for all her tiresome efforts, ‘Ha ke shoele mona, boMalom’ao bat la fihla ba suthisa setopo sa ka ba batla chelete hohle katlung ka mona.’
I cried loudly. Was my Nkhono really going to die? Why did she say that when she was dead, my uncles would put her corpse aside and search for her money all over the house?”

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    First of all, what do you think they are?

    Sra

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    1. Was my Nkhono really going to die?
    2.Why did she say that when she was
    dead, my uncles would put her corpse
    aside and search for her money all
    over the house?”

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