(11.W.3.A. a) Read the paragraph. For example, fresh lavender was strewn throughout homes and churches to ward off plague. Believing that lavender would prevent infection, people tied bundles of the fragrant plant to their clothing. Thieves mixed lavender with other herbs in vinegar and splashed it on their clothing and skin so they could safely rob plague-ridden bodies and homes. Could lavender have actually done any good? Modern studies have shown lavender to be an effective insect repellent. As the plague was commonly spread by fleas, lavender could indeed have driven away these insects, providing a measure of protection against catching the deadly illness. Which sentence best introduces the paragraph?
A) The Black Death killed millions of people across Europe, but others may have been spared due to an ingenious little trick.
B) The Middle Ages was not a time of great scientific knowledge, so people relied on folklore to combat common illnesses.
C) Throughout history, lavender has been used in a variety of ways, including as a cure for deadly illnesses,
D Despite their lack of scientific knowledge, medieval people used lavender effectively, as supported by modern science,
This one is easy, C. it's C because first of all you need to look for the repeating word, which is lavender. second, look for the answer choices or choices that have the word lavender and it's c. because the passage stated that lavender was used in many different ways.
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