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8 April, 11:49

Analyzing Characters and Plot Events

What does the narrator realize as a result of this

experience?

All of us, our family and the Chinese guests, stopped

eating to watch the activities of the Gleasons. I wanted to

giggle. Then I caught my mother's eyes on me. She

frowned and shook her head slightly, and I understood

the message: the Gleasons were not used to Chinese

ways, and they were just coping the best they could. For

some reason I thought of celery strings.

"The All-American Slurp,"

Lensey Namioka,

The Gleasons are trying to teach the Lins some

American customs.

O The Gleasons act rudely when asked to follow the

Lins' traditions.

O TNS Gleasons struggle with Chinese customs, as

the Lins had with American ones.

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  1. 8 April, 13:26
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    C: The Gleasons struggle with Chinese customs, as the Lins had with American ones.

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    i read the text and ended up with the right answer
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