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Question text: The following text is from Charlotte Brontë's 1847 novel Jane Eyre. Jane works as a governess at Thornfield Hall.

"I went on with my day’s business tranquilly; but ever and anon vague suggestions kept wandering across my brain of reasons why I should quit Thornfield; and I kept involuntarily framing advertisements and pondering conjectures about new situations: these thoughts I did not think to check; they might germinate and bear fruit if they could."

Which choice best states the main purpose of the text?
Answer type: Radio buttons
Answer options: 1 To convey a contrast between Jane’s outward calmness and internal restlessness
2 To emphasize Jane’s loyalty to the people she works for at Thornfield Hall
3 To demonstrate that Jane finds her situation both challenging and deeply fulfilling
4 To describe Jane’s determination to secure employment outside of Thornfield Hall
Label: written 3 (8b)
Empty allowed: One-time warning
Error allowed: Not allowed
Multiple instances: No

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