micaelam:

Read the excerpt from Chaucer's The Canterbury Tales, and then complete the sentences that follow. But he looked hollow and went soberly. Right threadbare was his overcoat; for he Had got him yet no churchly benefice… In this description of the , the word threadbare tells the audience that this character is . The reason for his situation is that he did not get any from the Catholic Church.

7 months ago
Elsa213:

Welcome to QuestionCove! ^.^ From the description, the character is serious.

7 months ago
Elsa213:

I'm not sure about the first blank, though. >.<

7 months ago
Allison:

Is there a word bank? o:

7 months ago
Elsa213:

@micaelam

7 months ago
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