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I will metal and fan At the end of "Raymond's Run," Squeaky has a different attitude about running and about her rival, Gretchen. Describe the actions that demonstrate these changed feelings. What role does conflict play in Squeaky's changed attitude? Use events and details from the story to support your answer.
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vera_ewing
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What do you think?
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anonymous
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i do not know how to answer it

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vera_ewing
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Did you read the story?
anonymous
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yes i did I have all the other answers right but not this one i just do not know it
vera_ewing
  • vera_ewing
Squeaky has a different attitude about running and about Gretchen. What is the evidence of this change in attitude?
anonymous
  • anonymous
when Gretchen nods to congratulate squeaky and then she smiles and squeaky smile
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@Lady.Liv1776
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Vera's got this
vera_ewing
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All you have to do is give examples to support your answer.
anonymous
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do you mean some words from the story or my words
anonymous
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help
vera_ewing
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Quotes from the story are good.
anonymous
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ok

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