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Part A In Act 1, Scene 5, the young Scrooge�s beloved ends their relationship. She says, �Have I not seen your nobler aspirations fall off one by one, until the master-passion gain engrosses you

He is too intrested in money.
she thinks they are too young to marry.
She beleives he loves another woman
He calls her a mindless goon
Is it C?

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  1. Nope.

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  2. A?

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  3. Yes, A.

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    Ms. Sue
  4. i where skinnie jeens

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  5. @HELPWITHMYCONNEXUSLESSON what were the answers?

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  6. I mean, I'm answering this myself now, but I'm guessing that it would be B-Scrooge is in love with money But, I'm not sure whether he was so enveloped with money and hatred at the time..

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  7. It’s A

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  8. ms sue

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  9. I hate Jeans..

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  10. I fail at spelling but it is not where you are not miss sue

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  11. wow this is way off track...

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