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1. Why do the sorceresses agree to kill Sunjata? (1 point)
Sunjata declined his father's cows.
Sunjata had befriended Jelimusoni Tunku Manyan Diawara.
Dankaran Tuman's offer was better than Sunjata's.
Dankaran Tuman had promised them a bull.
2. Why do the sorceresses agree to Sunjata's offer? (1 point)
They like him better than Dankaran Tuman.
Their real desire was for meat.
They prefer antelope to bull meat.
Sunjata was the son of a Condé woman
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