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4. Read the word in parentheses; then decide which of these sentences most effectively translates an abstract concept into a mental picture.
A. (Rumors) Whispers of doubt filled the empty halls like the reek of boiled cabbage.
B. (Studious) Lucy lay on her bed reading a back issue of National Geographic.
C. (Sunrise) The rising sun transformed the canyon into bright stone and deep shadow.
D. (Freedom) On her twenty-first birthday, Lola declared herself a woman.

i think its B because C and D are wrong

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  1. I disagree.

    A is out -- this is dealing with the sense of smell, and you're after a vivid scene (sense of sight).

    B is out -- passive image here.

    How will you analyze C and D?

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  3. i would go with C

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  4. it isn't C.

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  5. A. Rumors is the correct answer.Just took the exam. C is definitely not correct, got it wrong the first time.

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