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29 August, 08:24

Read the excerpt below and answer the question. They were of that coast, all of them burned smooth dark brown, and speaking a language he did not understand. What does this excerpt from "Through the Tunnel" suggest? Jerry and his mother are in a hostile place. Jerry and his mother are in a foreign place. Jerry and his mother are confronted by angry locals. Jerry and his mother are confronted by discrimination.

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  1. 29 August, 08:35
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    Answer by Mimiwhatsup: B. Jerry and his mother are in a foreign place.

    Why: Jerry was trying to swim and started to drown nobody could understand him and so he almost drowned. But they dark skinned people did not understand him.
  2. 29 August, 09:38
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    Jerry and his mother are in a foreign place.

    Explanation:

    This can be deducted by a phrase in the excerpt:

    "They were of that coast, all of them burned smooth dark brown, and speaking a language he did not understand"

    If they were speaking a language that he did not understand, it was most likely a foreign language. If it was a foreign language, they probably were in a foreign place.
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