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How is grandmother's dream different from reality?

>Last night I dreamed of an old lover
I had not seen him in forty years.

When I awoke,
I saw him on the street.
His hair was white, his back was stooped.

How could I say hello?
He would have puzzled all day
about who the young girl was
who smiled at him.

So I let him go on his way.
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QUESTIONS
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1>Grandmother let her former lover go on his way because she thought he...
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1) was too old
2) wouldn't know who she was
3) was senile
4) was someone else
5) would be embarrassed if she spoke to him

>>>A:(1)?
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2> How does grandmother feel about getting old?
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1)It doesn't bother her except at night in her dreams
2)It frightens her a great deal
3)She doesn't mind because she enjoys being a grandmother
4) She doesn't think about it because she doesn't see herself as old.
5) She doesn't recognize age because everyone look the same to her.

>>>A: (2)?

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    1. wouldn't know ("puzzled all day")

    2. doesn't see self as old ("young girl who smiled at him")

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    TKU :)

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    You're welcome.

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