The dad thinks a laughing girl will have at her side in the short story “girls can we educate we dads? ” . a) glad-glad . b) satan. c) friends. d) talent. \"istn the male chauvinist in mi dad a girl too laughy-laughy look too glad-glad . jus like a girl too looky-looky roun. will get a pretty satan at her side. he dohn sey -- a girl full of go. dohn wahn stifle talent comin on show. instead he sey -- a girl is a girl.\". i think it's \"b\
I would also say that the correct answer is B. Satan.
The dad thinks a laughing girl will have Satan at her side in the short story Girls Can We Educate We Dads."
The dad thinks a laughing girl will have Satan at her side in the short story “Girls Can We Educate We Dads?”
“Girls Can We Educate We Dads", a poem composed by James Berry, a Jamaican artist in the 1900's, is about a young lady who scrutinizes her father's cliché sees about young ladies' conduct and considerations.
The message of Berry's work is that including stereotyping, speculation, and sexism and how these contemplations are available in numerous men all around the globe yet are not valid.
i think the answer is hope it
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