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What could you reasonably infer from the fact that Scout's classmates say "Go on, tell her Scout" and look to her to deal with Miss Caroline's misunderstanding about Walter Cunningham?
The children respect Scout, possibly because she had demonstrated that she can read and speaks her mind and/or possibly because of her father’s reputation.
The children think since Scout has already had two confrontations with Miss Caroline that day, another one couldn’t make things any worse for her.
The children want to get Scout in more trouble because they think Scout is a goodie-goodie and resent her superior reading skills and her father’s reputation.
Both 'A' and 'B'
Both 'B' and 'C'