1. In context, the clause "but when I showed him a cubby hole
behind the corner cupboard in the dining room" (paragraph 2,
sentence 1) serves to
(A) focus on the argument that Mr. Smit is trying to make in his
interactions with the narrator.
(B) transition to the problem about which the rest of the
passage will concern itself.
(C) shift between different problems about which the passage
concerns itself.
D) indicate Mr. Smit's concern about hiding belongings instead
of people.
(E) indicate concerns about the architecture of the house.

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