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  1. anonymous
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    Ask ur question.

  2. anonymous
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    "Now I want you clearly to understand that this lever, being pressed over, sends the machine gliding into the future, and this other reverses the motion. I am going to press the lever, and off the machine will go. It will vanish, pass into future Time, and disappear. Have a good look at the thing. Look at the table too, and satisfy yourselves there is no trickery. I don't want to waste this model, and then be told I'm a quack." There was a minute's pause perhaps. The Psychologist seemed about to speak to me, but changed his mind. Then the Time Traveller put forth his finger towards the lever. He sent forth the model Time Machine on its interminable voyage. We all saw the lever turn. I am absolutely certain there was no trickery. There was a breath of wind, and the lamp flame jumped. One of the candles on the mantel was blown out, and the little machine suddenly swung round, became indistinct, was seen as a ghost; and it was gone—vanished! Which of the following is an example of theme in this excerpt? A Time travel B Friends are enemies. C Seeing is believing. D Machinery

  3. anonymous
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    B I think

  4. anonymous
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    What do authors of fiction stories teach readers? A A fact of science B A message about life C How to do something D Where to get something

  5. anonymous
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    I believe its B

  6. anonymous
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    FOR BOTH?

  7. anonymous
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    for 2 Question

  8. anonymous
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    for first i think its C

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    Sarah saw them, again. Out of the corner of her eye she could see the kids ganging up on the new girl, Lara. She was late to her band practice and only had a few minutes to get there. "I barely know her," she muttered to herself as she walked quickly to the car. "I'm sure she can take care of herself." Sarah knew this was an important rehearsal and could not miss it. "Hurry up," shouted her mom from the driver's seat. Sarah threw her guitar in the back seat and slammed the door. "Let's go," she said. As they rounded the corner and stopped at the stop sign—her heart racing—Sarah looked at her mom. "Mom, Lara needs our help. Let's go back." Which of the following is an example of the topic in this story? A Friendship B Violence C Responsibility D Music

  10. anonymous
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    a

  11. anonymous
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    "Now I want you clearly to understand that this lever, being pressed over, sends the machine gliding into the future, and this other reverses the motion. I am going to press the lever, and off the machine will go. It will vanish, pass into future Time, and disappear. Have a good look at the thing. Look at the table too, and satisfy yourselves there is no trickery. I don't want to waste this model, and then be told I'm a quack." There was a minute's pause perhaps. The Psychologist seemed about to speak to me, but changed his mind. Then the Time Traveller put forth his finger towards the lever. He sent forth the model Time Machine on its interminable voyage. We all saw the lever turn. I am absolutely certain there was no trickery. There was a breath of wind, and the lamp flame jumped. One of the candles on the mantel was blown out, and the little machine suddenly swung round, became indistinct, was seen as a ghost; and it was gone—vanished! Which of the following is an example of the topic in this excerpt? A Time travel B Friends are enemies. C Seeing is believing. D Machinery

  12. anonymous
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    c the first paragraph is the key to the answer he wants to clearly see for himself so he can believe its true what there telling him/her.

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