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Re: In eighteenth-century France and England, reformers rallied around [#permalink]
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Pls provide OE for Q3 ,6
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Re: In eighteenth-century France and England, reformers rallied around [#permalink]
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Pls provide OE for Q3 ,6


Lines in the second paragraph suggests the OA of question 3

Most Bluestockings did not wish to mirror the salonnieres; they simply desired to adapt a proven formula to their own purpose—the elevation of women’s status through moral and intellectual training. Differences in social orientation and background can account perhaps for differences in the nature of French and English salons.

I am not convinced with the OA of question #6, I liked B more than D.

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Re: In eighteenth-century France and England, reformers rallied around [#permalink]
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GDT wrote:
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Pls provide OE for Q3 ,6


Lines in the second paragraph suggests the OA of question 3

Most Bluestockings did not wish to mirror the salonnieres; they simply desired to adapt a proven formula to their own purpose—the elevation of women’s status through moral and intellectual training. Differences in social orientation and background can account perhaps for differences in the nature of French and English salons.

I am not convinced with the OA of question #6, I liked B more than D.

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Re: In eighteenth-century France and England, reformers rallied around [#permalink]
this is the definition of community centres from wiki -

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Community centres or community halls are public locations where members of a community tend to gather for group activities, social support, public information, and other purposes. They may sometimes be open for the whole community or for a specialized group within the greater community.
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Re: In eighteenth-century France and England, reformers rallied around [#permalink]
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