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20 October, 19:40

I cannot make myself understood. 'I am not just a jock,' I say slowly. Distinctly. 'My transcript for the last year might have been wingspanied a bit, maybe, but that was to get me over a rough spot. The grades prior to that are de moi.' My eyes are closed; the room is silent.

Base from the excerpt above, how does the narration affect the narrator's credibility?

A) His honesty renders him earnest and genuine.

B) His slang makes him seem youthful and intriguing.

C) His French jargon makes him seem international.

D) His explanations

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  1. 20 October, 20:28
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    The narrator's honesty in a matter that doesn't entirely complement him makes him seem genuine.
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