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2. According to the Pardoner, what is the best way to collect money from people? (1 point)
appealing to their sense of piety
openly condemning avarice and greed
scaring them with prospects of divine punishment

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    http://www.librarius.com/cantales.htm
    This website can help you greatly as you read the Canterbury Tales. Here's how:

    1. In the column at the left, scroll down until you find the part of the Prologue or the tale you want to read.

    2. Under each section is a link to Side-by-side translation.

    3. Click on that, and you'll see that section show up in the large frame on your monitor ... in two columns. The left column will be a transcription of the original, and the right column will be a translation into modern-day English.

    4. Read, read, read!

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