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Aunt Alexandra believes that Scout does not act how a young lady should act like at her gae. Scout likes to play and get dirty, she hates dresses, and she doesnt care what others think about her even though she is a tomboy. Aunt Alexandra hates that!

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Alexandra may think Scout is dull because of her tomboyish behavior and unconventional ways. However, this does not necessarily mean she is right in her assessment. People have different perspectives and personalities, and what one person finds dull, another may find engaging. It's important to remember that opinions can vary.

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Aunt Alexandra thinks Scout is "dull" (not clever) because she doesn't have enough knowledge of 'society' that she believes someone of Scouts age should. Scout acts like a tomboy and dresses like a tomboy, she doesn't always speak correctly and she gets into fights at school.

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Because Scout doesn't act or dress like a young lady. She dresses in overalls and things of that nature instead of blouses and dresses so Aunt Alexandra describes her as dull.

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