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Re: In contrast to American social conventions regarding [#permalink]
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prompt starts with In contrast, so the following sentences should show contrast.

in which families or individuals residing in close proximity often interact on a familiar basis==== people live in close proximity
residential _______ does not necessarily imply intimacy (or even amity) among the English.=== people does not live in close proximity.

so proximity should be the answer as this is the main theme of both sentences. option D matches with our guess of proximity
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