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The questions below refer to the selection “Games at Twilight.” The children’s parents are — a. wealthy b. poor c. typical British colonists of that era d. average members of the Indian middle
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User: The questions below refer to the selection “Games at Twilight.” The children’s parents are — a. wealthy b. poor c. typical British colonists of that era d. average members of the Indian middle class

Weegy: in the games of twilight The children???s parents are ??? a. wealthy
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User: The questions below refer to the selection “Games at Twilight.” Which of the following motives is most important for Ravi in the story? a. Because he is a secretive person, he usually hides his feelings. b. He hopes to defeat the older, bigger boy, Raghu. c. Because his mother wouldn’t let him play outside, he wants to punish her. d. He wants to duplicate his father’s childhood popularity.

Weegy: b. he hopes to defeat the older, bigger boy, Raghu a motives which is most important for Ravi in the story. [smile]
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User: The questions below refer to the selection “Games at Twilight.” The parents in this story — a. participate happily in their children’s games b. quarrel bitterly c. are distant figures of authority d. have no role in their children’s lives

Weegy: In Games at Twilight the parents are c. distant figures of authority
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User: The questions below refer to the selection “Games at Twilight.” At the end of the story, Ravi — a. feels victorious b. has become mature enough to shrug off a loss in a game c. feels defeated and insignificant d. is pleased he has won the affection of the other children

Weegy: The answer is c. feels defeated and insignificant
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