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WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE: The Merchant of VeniceRead the extract below and answer the questionA : I pray thee over -name them, and as thou namest them, I will describe them. And according to my description level at my affection.

B : First there is the neapolitan prince.

A : Ay, that's a colt indeedd, for he doth nothing but talk of his horse, and he makes it a great appropriation his own good parts that he can shoe him himself. I am much afeared my lady his mother played false with a smith The attitude of Speaker A to the person mentioned by Speaker B is one of

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A) affection

B) contempt

C) indifference

D) resignation

The correct answer is B.


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