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24 December, 19:22

2 He coasted away from his home, passing over bicycles and cars, their antennae scraping the bottom of his canoe. Every vehicle, old and new, was gone, unsalvageable. The numbers filled his head: there were a hundred thousand cars lost in the flood. Maybe more. What would happen to them? Who would take them once the waters receded? In what hole could they all be buried? Zeitoun is pondering

the fate of flooded cars.

the number of flood victims.

the need for religious burials.

the location of his lost belongings.

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  1. 24 December, 19:45
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    The correct answer is A. The fate of flooded cars.

    As he is passing through the water in his canoe, he says he can feel the antennae of the cars and bike which are now underwater, and forever ruined. He wonders what is going to happen to them once the water retreats and who is going to take care of their destiny.
  2. 24 December, 20:50
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    From your questions which are the following:

    What would happen to them?

    Who would take them once the waters receded?

    In what hole could they all be buried?

    The answer would be Zeitoun is pondering the fate of flooded cars.
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