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1 Chapter III: Literature in CAR and NCR Learning Task: Comprehension and Interpretations Direction: Answer the following questions based from the texts on Chapter 3. Wedding Dance by Amador Daguio 1. Describe Awiyao and Lumnay’s house. Describe the presence of light and darkness in the story. * They both had a beautiful house together that was unfortunately falling apart Because of the traditions light can be seen in their love to ecah other. 2. Describe Awiyao and Lumnay. *Awiayao is a strong mascular man, initially he is depicted cold at heart as he enters as his house, lumnay is the wife of Awiyao who happens to Marry Malidumay just because of his need to have a child which Lumnay can’t give Lumnay Awiyao’s former wife. 3. Read this following paragraph, what was Lumnay thinking? 4. “It is not right. It is not right!” she cried. “How does she know? How can anybody know? It is not right,” she said. Suddenly she found courage. She would go to the dance. She would go to the chief of the village, to the elders, to tell them it was not right. Awiyao was hers; nobody could take him away from her. Let her be the first woman to complain, to denounce the unwritten rule that a man may take another woman. She would tell Awiyao to come back to her. He surely would

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