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English, 18.10.2019 05:50, dina18

Read the excerpt from julia ortiz cofer’s poem “el olvido.”

a bare, cold room with no pictures on the walls,
a forgetting place where she fears you will die
of loneliness and exposure.
jesús, maría, y josé, she says,
el olvido is a dangerous thing.

which strategy would be most in enhancing the reader’s comprehension of the poem?
a. skimming the lines for familiar words
b. establishing the meaning of words in english and spanish
c. breaking the lines into shorter phrases
d. rewriting each line by hand.

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