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  1. anonymous
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    yes?

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    Beyond-the-text questioning can connect the text to all of the following EXCEPT: A. oneself B. other texts C. the world D. the plot

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    D

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    Read the following excerpt from a story by Trevor Pateman and answer the question that follows. It was a dark and stormy night, but because it was Christmas Eve, there were still people about, hurrying to complete last minute Christmas shopping. The brightly lit shop windows promised relief from the wet and windy weather outside. A girl and a man, obviously her father, stood peering into a bookshop window, the collars of their coats turned up against the wind and rain. The man pointed to a book in the window. "Look, Rita, there's the new Janet and Allan Ahlberg book, It was a Dark and Stormy Night. I'd really like to read that. But it's in hardback. I can't afford it now after all the shopping we've done, and anyway it will come out in paperback after Christmas." Rita said nothing. "Come on", said her father, "We must be getting home". And he took her hand, and they walked off together, their heads turned down against the rain. Rita looked up to her father. "What do you think the story is about? Which of the following questions CANNOT be answered from this text so far? A. Who? B. When? C. How? D. Where?

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    @AnimalLover8

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    C

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    thx

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    @AnimalLover8 isvery smart

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    thank u lol

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    Thanks Chris! Also Cat... you're very cute.

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    i like being cute xP thanks

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    <3 :)

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    np

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