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The children’s story—seemingly a simple tale of animals gath

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The children’s story—seemingly a simple tale of animals gathering for a picnic in the forest—took _________ turn at the end, admonishing readers to always be honest.





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(A) a generous
(B) a cynical
(C) a jocular
(D) an irate
(E) a didactic

[Reveal] Spoiler: OA
Didactic.


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The children’s story ended with a moral — “always be honest.” The word didactic can mean “morally instructive” or just “instructive” — this book is a didactic work.

Didactic.
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Re: The children’s story—seemingly a simple tale of animals gath [#permalink] New post 07 Nov 2017, 02:28
The children’s story—seemingly a simple tale of animals gathering for a picnic in the forest—took _________ turn at the end, admonishing readers to always be honest.

(A) a generous = giving, big-hearted
(B) a cynical = nonbelieving; doubtful
(C) a jocular = funny
(D) an irate = angry
(E) a didactic = teaching or intending to teach a moral lesson

"admonishing readers to always be honest"

This part shows the story took a didactic turn.
Re: The children’s story—seemingly a simple tale of animals gath   [#permalink] 07 Nov 2017, 02:28
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