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Which of the following does a reader gain by understanding the relationship between words?(1 point)(1) better understanding of the words meanings

the meaning of figures of speech

information about an author's purpose

knowledge about word origins

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  1. pleas help

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  4. 1.) They must be the same part of speech.
    2.) mean opposite things
    3.) understand unfamiliar words
    4.) a better understanding of the words meanings
    5.) It would mean unkind.
    Here's the correct answers to the whole test

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  5. Connexus is right I took the test <3 thank you..

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  6. connexus is right 100 lol.

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  7. thx connexus

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  8. Thanks guys I try hard!đź‘Ť

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  9. 1.) They must be the same part of speech.
    2.) mean opposite things
    3.) understand unfamiliar words
    4.) a better understanding of the words meanings
    5.) It would mean unkind.
    Here's the correct answers to the whole test
    You will get 100%

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