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The second paragraph suggests that the Kernan’s marriage is characterized primarily by: A. Mr. Kernan’s violent behavior towards his wife. B. Mrs. Kernan’s patience with her husband. C. Mr.
Kernan’s fondness for his wife’s beef tea. D. Mr. Kernan’s willingness to go to the store for his wife
The second paragraph suggests that the Kernan’s marriage is characterized primarily by: B. Mrs. Kernan’s patience with her husband.. [ The key sentence in the paragraph that suggests B is the correct answer is the third one (lines 18–20): “She accepted his frequent intemperance as part of the climate, healed him dutifully whenever he was sick and always tried to make him eat a breakfast.” Words
such as “accepted” and “dutifully” don’t suggest that Mrs. Kernan takes care of her husband because she thinks it’s fun; rather, these words suggest a patient resignation to her life and duties. So you can safely choose B as the correct answer. ]
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