• anonymous
(LC) Read the passage and answer the question that follows. In a sense, we are all waiting for something to happen, even though we don't know what it is. However, we do sometimes get clues from the events we experience as to what is coming next. Therefore, we're not wandering blindly through life-not entirely, anyway. Which word or phrase from the passage signals that the author's conclusion follows? (5 points) "In a sense" "even though" "However" "Therefore" I think its therefor
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  • anonymous
correction: the correct answer is "In a sense" because the rest are connectives

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