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Lauren tells Antwon, "Either you're my friend our you're my enemy." Her statement is polarizing because it (Points : 1) is hurtful. is untrue. does not allow for a middle
ground. does not convey a precise meaning.
does not allow for a middle ground.
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User: Lauren tells Antwon, "Either you're my friend our you're my enemy." Her statement is polarizing because it (Points : 1) is hurtful. is untrue. does not allow for a middle ground. does not convey a precise meaning.

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User: A nurse tells his friend that he had a difficult day because "a patient coded." They do not understand his meaning because he has used (Points : 1) a relative term. a precise term. a polarizing term. jargon.

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