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Read the passage from “The Beginnings of the Maasai.”

I am the daughter of the great Neiterkob, the Father of the Maasai tribe in Africa. You might think that this makes me special, but my father believes that I should live just like the rest of the tribe. Thus, he sends me to look after our tribe’s cattle with the other daughters and sons. These cattle are sacred, because they are actually a divine gift from the sky god, Enkai. Our tribe makes a living by caring for the cattle, feeding them, and protecting them.

Which phrase from the passage refers to a key element found in myths?

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  1. I would choose "makes me special."

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  2. I’d choose this:
    “These cattle are sacred, because they are actually a divine gift from the sky god, Enkai.”

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