Jonas didn't know what to do. He had simply been walking home from school,

Jonas didn't know what to do. He had simply been walking home from school, minding his own business, when he found a bag of money. It was a lot of money. It was probably enough money to help his parents pay their bills. Would it be wrong to keep it? What type of conflict does this passage contain? A main B external C Central D internal

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D. internal because he has to make the decision to keep it or be the better person and give it to lost and found.

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