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The poem I'm reading is "The Importance of Being Earnest" by Oscar Wilde

1. Which sentence from the passage provides the best expression of the theme?
a. "its perfectly easy to be cynical."
b. "... once a week is quite enough to dine with one's own relations."
c. "the truth is rarely pure and never simple." ***
d. "when one is placed in the position of guardian, one has to adopt a very high moral tone on all subjects."

2. The most likely reason the author includes lines 17-25 is to?
a.show how the main characters interact with one another
b. provide an explanation of the values and rules that existed during the time in which the play is set.
c. inform the audience of jacks secret identity before other characters find out
d. let the audience know that Algernon is pretending to be someone else

1.c
2.?

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  1. I couldn't find anything about a poem with this name.

  2. Oops, my mistake. I thought I put book. Sorry.

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  3. wut?

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    posted by your mom
  4. can someone tell me the answers for 1 - 18? please

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  5. Well I know that the first one is C.

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    posted by Gazelle
  6. what were the answers?

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  7. guys read the questions again they are different .... the teachers changed the questions and the answers..

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    posted by tbh
  8. 1D
    2D
    3C
    4B
    5B
    6C
    7 - do it yourself
    8A
    9C
    10B
    11B
    12B
    13B
    14D
    15C
    16D
    17B
    18D
    good luck!!!

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  9. 2.A
    4.A
    12.B
    13.B
    14.D
    15.C
    18.D

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    posted by Chomper

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