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Q: Thinking back to the hazy days of his youth, Rene recalled the odors of the barnyard and the scent of a spring in 1943. He remembered the dreamy pleasure he had gathered during his morning parade
among chickens in the barnyard, scattering feed from a battered pail. Perhaps, he thought, that was because the clucking and scratching of the hens and their pullets seemed like evidence of gratitude. On the other hand, Nazi soldiers had recently occupied the nearby village of Reims. No doubt because he loathed the Nazis, and no doubt because he associated swine with German soldiers, he now found slopping the hogs an odious task. 10. By its context within the passage, you can most reasonably assume that a pullet is a A. pellet of chicken feed. B. rooster. C. young chicken. D. bird other than a chicken.
A: "Perhaps, he thought, that was because the clucking and scratching of the hens and their pullets seemed like evidence of gratitude." By its context within the passage, you can most reasonably assume that a pullet is a: young chicken.
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User: Thinking back to the hazy days of his youth, Rene recalled the odors of the barnyard and the scent of a spring in 1943. He remembered the dreamy pleasure he had gathered during his morning parade among chickens in the barnyard, scattering feed from a battered pail. Perhaps, he thought, that was because the clucking and scratching of the hens and their pullets seemed like evidence of gratitude. On the other hand, Nazi soldiers had recently occupied the nearby village of Reims. No doubt because he loathed the Nazis, and no doubt because he associated swine with German soldiers, he now found slopping the hogs an odious task. 10. By its context within the passage, you can most reasonably assume that a pullet is a A. pellet of chicken feed. B. rooster. C. young chicken. D. bird other than a chicken.





Weegy: D
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"Perhaps, he thought, that was because the clucking and scratching of the hens and their pullets seemed like evidence of gratitude." By its context within the passage, you can most reasonably assume that a pullet is a: young chicken.
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