where is the sentence at?
what sentence are you talking about because i don't see anything.
Easily corrupted - Apex answer
Lol I took quiz few days ago. Correct answer is D. easily corrupted. Hope this helps:)
the is can be confused
The word venal is an adjective which means that something or someone can be bribed or corrupted. In this case, the word venal means that Randall's immoral attitude or character will serve as a proof against him in trial. That is to say, his usual wrongdoing will be the one which ultimately will condemn him.
The word venal means to be susceptible to corrupt bribery. While reading this, I see the man is obviously innocent, but his character is being judged, not his actions. He is disheartened, so "serious" and "conceited" are out of the question. "Lacking originality" could be a potential answer because he is a poor man on trial, but D, easily corrupted is the correct answer because it is most in line with Randall's current situation.