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At the beginning of the story, Khánh muses that someone else might be better suited to tell it. Whom does he suggest might do this? A. a woman B. a poet C. an elder D. a reporter
What story are you talikng about? can you please be more specific when sking questions. thank you :)
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User: At the beginning of the story, Khánh muses that someone else might be better suited to tell it. Whom does he suggest might do this? A. a woman B. a poet C. an elder D. a reporter

Weegy: What story are you talikng about? can you please be more specific when sking questions. thank you :)
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User: At the beginning of the story, Khánh muses that someone else might be better suited to tell it. Whom does he suggest might do this? A. a woman B. a poet C. an elder D. a reporter

Weegy: What story are you talikng about? can you please be more specific when sking questions. thank you :)
beboythewizkid|Points 1648|

User: Which of the following is NOT illustrative of superstitious behavior? A. A girl disregards a disturbing dream because she is too busy preparing for school. B. A marriage is prohibited because the bride and groom were not born in the proper years. C. A woman does not work on a particular date because that date is associated with bad luck. D. A man carries a charm in his pocket that he believes will summon the spirit of his grandfather.

Weegy: A. A girl disregards a disturbing dream because she is too busy preparing for school. is not illustrative of superstitious behavior.
Expert answered|mothsong|Points 145|



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