Which sentence uses the italicized vocabulary word correctly?

Which sentence uses the italicized vocabulary word correctly? question options: i was relieved to see that there wasn't anything peculiar or surprising on the math test. our fun-filled day at the amusement park made us feel anguished. my favorite teacher, mrs. bloomsbury, is absolutely tyrannical. i chose to live in new york city for the bright lights, bustling streets, and desolate atmosphere.

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I'm pretty sure it was the first one: (A) I mean I'm not positive but I'm pretty sure!

The anser is A

I took the test

The questions have not been numbered, so I'm going to number my answers to make it easier to read, I hope that's okay with you.

(1 - Quotation): "An' tha's browth th' young 'un with thee."

(2 - Mary's Servant): Because Indian men and women are more skilled at housekeeping.

(3 - Italicized Vocabulary): I was relieved to see that there wasn't anything peculiar or surprising on the math test.

(4 - Novel Characteristics): Novels can have multiple small climaxes.

(5 - Italicized Vocabulary): My dog is so peculiar - sometimes he'll bark at absolutely nothing!

(6 - Passage): It appeals to the readers sense of sound to create a lonely feeling.

(7 - Passage): The language is figurative; foxes do not hide or protect their cubs.

(8 - Robin): The robin brings Mary and Ben together.

(9 - Passage): Foreshadowing. 

Hope this helped!
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oral reading is important because then you may end up loving to read if you hate it now. i hope i .

gandhi had lead a successful campaign of nonviolent civil resistance to british rule, which led to india's independence. good luck

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