anonymous
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In "The Adventure of the Blue Carbuncle," what does Holmes use to figure out many details about the owner of the goose? A. the man's walking stick B. the man's watch C. the man's hat D. the man's wallet
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anonymous
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anonymous
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I don't know. I haven''t read that one yet.
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anonymous
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why did u tag me kid?
anonymous
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So you can help me with this kid
anonymous
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Wait, have you read it?
anonymous
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It is starring Sherlock Holmes
anonymous
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Most mysterious detective ever
anonymous
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Nevermind..
anonymous
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In "The Adventure of the Blue Carbuncle," how does the carbuncle get into the goose? A. The goose eats it without warning. B. James Ryder puts it in the goose. C. Mr. Breckinridge feeds it to the goose. D. John Horner gives it to the goose.
anonymous
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Did you find the answer? I think it's the hat.
anonymous
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yes, it is, can you help me with this one?
anonymous
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I will give you a medal
anonymous
  • anonymous
Uhh, which answers have you ruled out?
anonymous
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lemme see
anonymous
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A, C, or D
anonymous
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I think it's A.
anonymous
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ok..
anonymous
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Actually, I'm not sure lol. do you have the story?
anonymous
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Yes, but just keep on going, do not worry
anonymous
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THE EYE OF SARMON
anonymous
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Next, i posted it
anonymous
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In "The Adventure of the Blue Carbuncle," which best describes Henry Baker? A. a logical and intelligent person who is impressed by Sherlock Holmes's powers of deduction B. a plumber who has been convicted of robbery before but who is innocent in this case C. a wealthy man who loses a very valuable item to a cunning thief D. a poor man who tries to do something nice for his wife, but ends up being robbed
anonymous
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or are you gandolf
anonymous
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anonymous
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No idea what you are talking about @speartonion
anonymous
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oh, sorry
anonymous
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anonymous
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lol
anonymous
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LMAO spearton
anonymous
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A. is the answer cause Holmes mentioned how he perceives him as intelligent bc of his hat size or something lol.
anonymous
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Ok
anonymous
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http://colinquartermain.hubpages.com/hub/Plot-Summary-of-the-Blue-Carbuncle
anonymous
  • anonymous
the answer isn't A?
anonymous
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Sorry, I asked it again accidentally
anonymous
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Why did Sir Arthur Conan Doyle write his first detective story? A. He had failed out of medical school. B. Dr. Bell ordered him to write one. C. He badly needed money. D. He wanted to be a detective himself.
anonymous
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gandolf my stick is bigger than yours
anonymous
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its made out of oak
anonymous
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@speartonion Please reply to something that is related to the topic
anonymous
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ok
anonymous
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Maybe it's D?
anonymous
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Ok, I will re-check
anonymous
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Two more
anonymous
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What inference can be made about Sherlock Holmes? A. He is a criminal himself. B. He is very handsome. C. He wants to help people in trouble. D. He has red hair.
anonymous
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C ?
anonymous
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Ok
anonymous
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Why is it accurate to describe Sherlock Holmes as a "scientific detective"? A. Holmes always wears a white lab coat when investigating a crime. B. Holmes does most of his detective work in a laboratory. C. Holmes often makes random guesses that turn out to be correct and help him solve cases. D. Holmes uses facts and observations to help him reach conclusions and solve cases.
anonymous
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D.
anonymous
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ok
anonymous
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Let me check how much I get. Stay tune for your help results!!
anonymous
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Thank for your help guys. bye

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