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1 September 21, 2017 Keona Waller PH330 Chapter 2 quiz True 1. When Fredrick Douglas grasped the concept of abolition, he understood it was possible for him to become free. Support for answer “from this time I understood the words abolition and abolitionist, and always drew near when that word was spoken, expecting to hear something of importance to myself and fellow slaves.” (p.61) True 2. Words can be used to do a better or worse job of describing experiences but can never be more than translations of the experiences themselves. Support for answer “the search to find the right match between words and experience can lead to the learning of new words. Yet any translation into words may not have fully duplicated that silent experience.” (p.49) True 3. A dictionary can help us think better when we use it to clear up word confusion. Support for answer “defining all key terms sets up parameters like the line on a tennis court. Clear definitions also enable us to solve problems and make decisions.” (p.60)
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