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In "Telephone Conversation," which of the following best describes the shift in the speaker's attitude towards the landlady?

A)from fuming to mischievous
B)from angered to conciliatory
C)from embarrassed to arrogant
D)from cooperative to ninchalant

asked by Andre
  1. If you've read the story, this should be obvious ... well, unless you're not clear on the meanings of all those words in the answer choices.

    Look up words here:
    http://www.onelook.com

    posted by Writeacher
  2. Is this what you have been assigned to read?

    http://www.nexuslearning.net/books/elements_of_lit_course6/20th%20Century/Collection%2015/TelephoneConversation.htm

    posted by Writeacher
  3. yes

    posted by Andre
  4. I'm guessing
    From fuming to mischievous.
    would that be wright?

    posted by Minnie

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