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There was once a very proud boy. He always walked through the village with his eyes turned down and his hands in his pockets. The boys used to stare at him and say nothing, and when he was out of sight, they breathed freely. So the proud boy was lonely, and would have had no friends outside if it had not been for two stray dogs, the green trees, and a flock of geese upon the common. One day, just by the weaver's cottage, he met the tailor's son. Now the tailor's son made more noise than any other boy in the village, and when he had done anything wrong he stuck to it, and said he didn't

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  1. triciaal
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    in the reply section put the rest and the important part the questions relating to the story

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    “I think we should write about soccer,” Christopher said as he wadded up a piece of paper into a ball and bounced it off his head into the air. “Why can’t we write about rock music?” Jeremy asked as he beat his pencil on the coffee table like a drum stick and hummed a little bit. “Please stop that, son,” Jeremy’s dad said. “Your mother would be very mad at me if you messed up the finish on that wood.” “Sorry, Dad,” Jeremy said. “I’m going to be outside in the garden, but I’ll be back in a bit,” Jeremy’s dad said. “Knock on the window if you need me, okay?” “Knock three times!” Jeremy sang loudly before he realized he was singing an old song in front of a guest. “Why three times?” Christopher asked as he unfolded the crumpled piece of paper. “Uh, would you like some fruit punch?” Jeremy asked, hoping to change the subject. “No, thanks, but why don’t we write our report about soccer?” Christopher asked. “Because we can write it about rock music,” Jeremy said in a sing-song voice. Christopher laughed and said, “Okay, maybe we should compromise. That means that our report can have some of what you want and some of what I want.” “That sounds like a good idea,” Jeremy said. “But I’ve never heard of any soccer players who are rock stars.” Christopher crumpled another piece of paper into a ball and bounced it off his head again, and Jeremy imagined that Christopher was on a soccer field in England playing an international game. “Just as long as we write a good report for Mrs. Brandenburg, we’ll make a good grade,” Christopher said. “It’s too bad Elizabeth can’t do this report with us because sometimes she has really neat ideas.” Jeremy nodded his head hard and grunted, “Yeah!” He bounced his pencil on the palm of his hand as he added, “She and I wrote a song one day while we were walking home from school. It can get boring walking home from school.” “That’s why I take my soccer ball to school with me,” Christopher said. “When does Elizabeth tell you some of her cool ideas?” Jeremy asked. “At recess, she used to come over to play soccer with us. She would make up cool new rules, and now the playground isn’t the same without her.” “Yeah, maybe we should be nice and go visit Elizabeth at her house,” Jeremy said. “Maybe I could draw her a get-well card, too.” 1. The reader can tell that Elizabeth wants to be a rock star. has recently been sick. is Christopher's neighbor. is a very bad student.

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    try and get focused post one complete question at a time.

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    iam done with the first one heres my other que“I think we should write about soccer,” Christopher said as he wadded up a piece of paper into a ball and bounced it off his head into the air. “Why can’t we write about rock music?” Jeremy asked as he beat his pencil on the coffee table like a drum stick and hummed a little bit. “Please stop that, son,” Jeremy’s dad said. “Your mother would be very mad at me if you messed up the finish on that wood.” “Sorry, Dad,” Jeremy said. “I’m going to be outside in the garden, but I’ll be back in a bit,” Jeremy’s dad said. “Knock on the window if you need me, okay?” “Knock three times!” Jeremy sang loudly before he realized he was singing an old song in front of a guest. “Why three times?” Christopher asked as he unfolded the crumpled piece of paper. “Uh, would you like some fruit punch?” Jeremy asked, hoping to change the subject. “No, thanks, but why don’t we write our report about soccer?” Christopher asked. “Because we can write it about rock music,” Jeremy said in a sing-song voice. Christopher laughed and said, “Okay, maybe we should compromise. That means that our report can have some of what you want and some of what I want.” “That sounds like a good idea,” Jeremy said. “But I’ve never heard of any soccer players who are rock stars.” Christopher crumpled another piece of paper into a ball and bounced it off his head again, and Jeremy imagined that Christopher was on a soccer field in England playing an international game. “Just as long as we write a good report for Mrs. Brandenburg, we’ll make a good grade,” Christopher said. “It’s too bad Elizabeth can’t do this report with us because sometimes she has really neat ideas.” Jeremy nodded his head hard and grunted, “Yeah!” He bounced his pencil on the palm of his hand as he added, “She and I wrote a song one day while we were walking home from school. It can get boring walking home from school.” “That’s why I take my soccer ball to school with me,” Christopher said. “When does Elizabeth tell you some of her cool ideas?” Jeremy asked. “At recess, she used to come over to play soccer with us. She would make up cool new rules, and now the playground isn’t the same without her.” “Yeah, maybe we should be nice and go visit Elizabeth at her house,” Jeremy said. “Maybe I could draw her a get-well card, too.” 1. The reader can tell that Elizabeth wants to be a rock star. has recently been sick. is Christopher's neighbor. is a very bad student.

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    “I think we should write about soccer,” Christopher said as he wadded up a piece of paper into a ball and bounced it off his head into the air. “Why can’t we write about rock music?” Jeremy asked as he beat his pencil on the coffee table like a drum stick and hummed a little bit. “Please stop that, son,” Jeremy’s dad said. “Your mother would be very mad at me if you messed up the finish on that wood.” “Sorry, Dad,” Jeremy said. “I’m going to be outside in the garden, but I’ll be back in a bit,” Jeremy’s dad said. “Knock on the window if you need me, okay?” “Knock three times!” Jeremy sang loudly before he realized he was singing an old song in front of a guest. “Why three times?” Christopher asked as he unfolded the crumpled piece of paper. “Uh, would you like some fruit punch?” Jeremy asked, hoping to change the subject. “No, thanks, but why don’t we write our report about soccer?” Christopher asked. “Because we can write it about rock music,” Jeremy said in a sing-song voice. Christopher laughed and said, “Okay, maybe we should compromise. That means that our report can have some of what you want and some of what I want.” “That sounds like a good idea,” Jeremy said. “But I’ve never heard of any soccer players who are rock stars.” Christopher crumpled another piece of paper into a ball and bounced it off his head again, and Jeremy imagined that Christopher was on a soccer field in England playing an international game. “Just as long as we write a good report for Mrs. Brandenburg, we’ll make a good grade,” Christopher said. “It’s too bad Elizabeth can’t do this report with us because sometimes she has really neat ideas.” Jeremy nodded his head hard and grunted, “Yeah!” He bounced his pencil on the palm of his hand as he added, “She and I wrote a song one day while we were walking home from school. It can get boring walking home from school.” “That’s why I take my soccer ball to school with me,” Christopher said. “When does Elizabeth tell you some of her cool ideas?” Jeremy asked. “At recess, she used to come over to play soccer with us. She would make up cool new rules, and now the playground isn’t the same without her.” “Yeah, maybe we should be nice and go visit Elizabeth at her house,” Jeremy said. “Maybe I could draw her a get-well card, too.” 1. The reader can tell that Elizabeth wants to be a rock star. has recently been sick. is Christopher's neighbor. is a very bad student.

  7. triciaal
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    she is not there to give great ideas they miss her on the playground they should visit her make a get-well card so what do you conclude?

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