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Which statement best translates the passage? How dare ye set your fit upon her, / Sae fine a lady? / Gae somewhere else, and seek your dinner / On some poor body. / Swith! in some beggar's haffet squattle; A. This lady must have found you in a beggar's house. B. You should live on a beggar, not a wealthy lady. C. You attack wealthy and poor people both. D. You should not depend on others for your dinner.
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You should live on a beggar, not a wealthy lady - statement best translates the passage. How dare ye set your fit upon her, / Sae fine a lady? / Gae somewhere else, and seek your dinner / On some poor body. / Swith! in some beggar's haffet squattle. [ ]
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The statement which best translates the passage from "Tae a Louse" by Robert Burns, is: You should live on a beggar, not a wealthy lady.
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Hi Janet, my anwer is OK, why did you flag it?
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Hi selymi, I'm really sorry, I was mistakenly correcting the Note rather than your answer. Either my eyesight is going or your answer just got lost among all that HTML!! I've amended the situation now. :)
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No problem, it can happen to anyone :)
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