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Choose by Carl Sandburg
The single clenched fist lifted and ready,Or the open asking hand held out and waiting.Choose:For we meet by one or the other.

What is literally happening in the poem?
A.a person is deciding whether to to be open to other humans beings.••
B.A person is noticing that people with clenched fists seem to have clenched minds
C.a person is noticing that people who have open hearts tend to wave when the greet someone
D.a person is deciding whether to greet someone with an open hand or a clenched fist

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Which of the following is the best choice to complete this sentence?
The deeper, symbolic meaning of the “choice” is a choice between being
A.enemies or friends
B.manager or employee••
C.a teacher or a student
D.a child or an adult

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  1. I disagree with both of your answers.

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  2. I re read them and I think it's 1b 2 a

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  3. 1b - no
    2a - yes

    I've checked two of your answers. Now you're on your own.

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  4. Ms sue has gotten so rude

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  5. D is the correct answer for 1

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  6. Um, actually, the answers are spaghetti and SANCHO PANZA.

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  7. Mate your mot funny

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