In "The Red-Headed League," why does Sherlock Holmes want to see the knees of Vincent Spaulding's pants? A. to prove to Watson that Spaulding is innocent B. to see if his legs are straight or bent C. to see whether his knees are shaking from fear D. to see whether the knees show any wear

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In "The Red-Headed League," why does Sherlock Holmes want to see the knees of Vincent Spaulding's pants? A. to prove to Watson that Spaulding is innocent B. to see if his legs are straight or bent C. to see whether his knees are shaking from fear D. to see whether the knees show any wear

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Hi @Robert136! Have you read the "Red-Headed League?"
Quite a few months ago yes

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Can you please help me with this question, I will give you a medal
I am pretty sure it's D
Ok, but just to make sure, please google it or do something, because last time I asked a few questions, but I failed, so please confirm it
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In "The Red-Headed League," why does John Clay want to get Wilson out of his office? A. so he can avoid Sherlock Holmes B. so he can tunnel into the bank C. so he can speak to Spaulding in private D. so he can steal from Wilson
nah I am not sure on this one.
I think it is C
From common sense yes.
Ok then, I will try to ask other people, can you please help me get more people in my questions?
I think it's c too
like your friends or something
I can try but I don't think great bunch of guys have read the story though.
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