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ASAGAI (coming into the room).
You look disturbed too... is something wrong?

BENEATHA (still at the door, absently).
Yes... we've all got acute ghetto-itus (she smiles and comes toward him, finding a cigarette and sitting). So - sit down! How was Canada?

What is the significance of Beneatha's answer to Asagai's question?


Beneatha is referring to Mama's annoyance at having a guest so early in the day


Beneatha is describing a contagious disease.


Beneatha is making an ironic statement about the family's living conditions


Beneatha is pretending to be ill to avoid speaking with Asagai.


Beneatha is makign an excuse for smoking in front of Asagai.

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