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23 January, 15:25

What they talked about, I have no idea ... It was no doubt whatever a young married couple spending their first time privately in each other's company in the long, probably harried day would talk about. It was the murmur of their voices, the back-and-forth, the unnoticed stretching away of time between my bedtime and theirs, that made me bask there at my distance. What I felt was not that I was excluded from them but that I was included, in - and because of - what I could hear in their voices and what I could see of their faces in the cone of yellow light under the brown-scorched shade. In the above excerpt, which words best establish immediacy?

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  1. 23 January, 16:17
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    Jane was sent by her Chicago-based company to a business convention in Tokyo, Japan. While at lunch, she and several other Americans in attendance sat together. As they laughed and enjoyed themselves, Jane noticed that many people glanced at them uncomfortably and whispered to each other. When Jane asked the young waitress what was wrong, the girl avoided eye contact with her, shook her head without saying a word, and quickly walked back to the kitchen. Which of the following statements is most likely true about this scenario?
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