Womens' clubs in major cities grew "Victory Gardens" in 1917 and 1918 to provide assistance to the efforts in World War I. In 1917 and 1918, because of the war, there were a lot of people that couldn't attend their jobs because they were assigned to go to war, that being mostly men. A lot of people were recruited to the war, mostly workers for agriculture, and couldn't do their job. Since there were so many people getting sent to war, they needed to supply a lot of food, which they had a hard time of doing. Since most of the agriculture workers went to war, they couldn't make food for the soldiers, so the soldiers couldn't get any food to keep them from starving. A person named Charles Lathrop Pack started a moving where people get land and make gardens to grow food for the soldiers, and they did that. Mostly women worked in these gardens to produce fruits and vegetables for the soldiers in war. After WWI, they would name these gardens that were used to make food as "Victory Gardens." The Victory Gardens is one of the things that assisted soldiers in WWI.
among the options given on the question the correct answer is option d.
tan winces when she describes her mother’s english as “broken.”
explanation: the excerpt is from "mother tongue" is an essay by amy tan. the purpose of writing this essay was describe the challenging situation of someone who was raised in a family where the parents could not speak proper english and the influence of the situation.people also could judge the individual for the poor english.
however, amy tan described the english of her mother as broken according to the other people. but every time, she referred as broken she winced. because, she began to understand the world with her mother's english.she could understand her mother's english.
therefore, tan winces when she describes her mother’s english as “broken.”