Choose the option nearest in meaning to the word(s) or phrase in italic.He repri...
Choose the option nearest in meaning to the word(s) or phrase in italic.
He reprimands his class even for the slightest misdemeanor.
The correct answer is B.
This question is asking you to choose the option that is closest in meaning to the word or phrase in italics. The sentence is talking about a teacher who scolds or corrects his students even for small wrong actions. The word in italics is "misdemeanor."
Option A says "crime," which means a serious illegal act committed by someone. This is not the correct option.
Option B says "wrongdoing," which means an action that is considered wrong or inappropriate. This is the correct option.
Option C says "achievement," which means something that has been accomplished successfully. This is not the correct option.
Option D says "feat," which means an impressive or difficult achievement. This is not the correct option.
Therefore, the correct option is Option B, "wrongdoing."
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