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Speaker: One need not look very far to find abundant examples of
incivility and brutality in the most genteel corners of American society.
Questioner: Then why don’t we step up law enforcement in the slums of
our cities?
The question reveals which of the following misunderstandings?
A. the misunderstanding that incivility and brutality have become more
abundant
B. the misunderstanding that law enforcement is related to the problems
of incivility and brutality
C. the misunderstanding of the speaker’s position relative to incivility
and brutality
D. misunderstanding of the meaning of the word “genteel”
E. misunderstanding of the meaning of the words “incivility” and
“brutality”
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Speaker: One need not look very far to find abundant examples of
incivility and brutality in the most genteel corners of American society.
Questioner: Then why don’t we step up law enforcement in the slums of
our cities?
The question reveals which of the following misunderstandings?
A. the misunderstanding that incivility and brutality have become more
abundant
B. the misunderstanding that law enforcement is related to the problems
of incivility and brutality
C. the misunderstanding of the speaker’s position relative to incivility
and brutality
D. misunderstanding of the meaning of the word “genteel”
E. misunderstanding of the meaning of the words “incivility” and
“brutality”



I also go with C.

Speaker saying there are very few/less incivilities and brutalities..you have to really look to see them.. but questionair saying it is very common and easy to find in slum areas..questionair actually refuting the speaker's argument.

So I guess Speaker has misunderstanding of relative brutality and uncivility
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ugimba wrote:
Speaker: One need not look very far to find abundant examples of
incivility and brutality in the most genteel corners of American society.
Questioner: Then why don’t we step up law enforcement in the slums of
our cities?
The question reveals which of the following misunderstandings?
A. the misunderstanding that incivility and brutality have become more
abundant
B. the misunderstanding that law enforcement is related to the problems
of incivility and brutality
C. the misunderstanding of the speaker’s position relative to incivility
and brutality
D. misunderstanding of the meaning of the word “genteel”
E. misunderstanding of the meaning of the words “incivility” and
“brutality”



I also go with C.

Speaker saying there are very few/less incivilities and brutalities..you have to really look to see them.. but questionair saying it is very common and easy to find in slum areas..questionair actually refuting the speaker's argument.

So I guess Speaker has misunderstanding of relative brutality and uncivility


Isnt the speaker saying the opposite of what you said?

One need not look very far to find abundant examples of incivility and brutality in the most genteel corners of American society.

such examples are easily visible in our genteel corners.

I dont know the meaning of the word genteel but the Q is talking about slums. Genteel and Slums does not seem to be synonymous. So the Q is probably misunderstanding meaning of G.

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genteel = upper class , opp of slums

So question is misinterpreting the meaning?
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+1 to you
Genteel is the Key here
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ConkergMat wrote:
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genteel = upper class , opp of slums
So question is misinterpreting the meaning?

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I believe that ans shld be D
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Speaker: One need not look very far to find abundant examples of
incivility and brutality in the most genteel corners of American society.
Questioner: Then why don’t we step up law enforcement in the slums of
our cities?
The question reveals which of the following misunderstandings?
A. the misunderstanding that incivility and brutality have become more
abundant
B. the misunderstanding that law enforcement is related to the problems
of incivility and brutality
C. the misunderstanding of the speaker’s position relative to incivility
and brutality
D. misunderstanding of the meaning of the word “genteel”
E. misunderstanding of the meaning of the words “incivility” and
“brutality”
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The questioner mention slum whereas the speaker mention genteel corner
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agree with D
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