LINGUISTICS & CULTURE
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When she confronted
[ she ] simply pretended not to care
When she confronted / faced / wrestled / dealt / imaged / pictured / came to grips with ... are all synonyms of confronted http://thesaurus.reference.com/browse/confront
Now if you add WAS, you change the meaning.
When she WAS confronted with the writing there - PASSIVE VOICE meaning that SOMEBODY ELSE confronted HER.
I passed it off as just in keeping with
her total disconcerting air
Is there a more natural way to convey the same meaning of the second underlined part?
Bread is a 70's band, so yeah, I believe there are more modern ways to say the same.
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