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How does Natalya try to help Lomov fulfill the purpose for his visit? A. She concedes that Oxen Meadows are really his. B. She attempts to change the subject away from the dispute. C. She
suggests a competition between their hunting dogs. D. She acts polite and agreeable toward Lomov.
C. She suggests a competition between their hunting dogs.
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