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Read the following lines from “Mother to Son”:

So, boy, don’t you turn back
Don’t you set down on the steps
‘Cause you finds it kinder hard.

What advice is the mother giving with the metaphor used in these lines?

A. Son, don’t give up on following your dreams when things get difficult.
B. Son, don’t stop climbing up the stairs just because you are tired.
C. Son, there is no time to rest when there is work to be done.
D. Son, the road to your goals is a long one.

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