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Why is Susan Hartley Swett's use of words like dream, lazy, and lullaby in her poem "July" appropriate? A. They capture the explosion of plant growth during summer. B. They capture the relaxed pace of life during summer. C. They capture the uncomfortably hot temperatures of summer. D. They capture the actions of birds and animals during summer.

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  1. anonymous
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  2. anonymous
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    I would choose B. "Dream, lazy, and lullaby" are soothing words meant to make you think of tranquility, which is essentially what B is telling us

  3. CBARREDO1
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    They capture the relaxed pace of life during summer.

  4. anonymous
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    sooo?

  5. anonymous
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    So B, as that's exactly what the words are saying

  6. anonymous
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    ok

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