anonymous
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I opened the door and threw my backpack on the couch like I always did before heading toward the kitchen to grab a snack, but a loud humming noise coming from behind the door gave me pause. What was that? I cautiously put my hand to the door and gave it a push. At which point in the action does the story begin? A. An unknown point B. The middle C. The beginning D. The end
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anonymous
  • anonymous
C.
anonymous
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okAt which point in the sequence of events does The War of the Worlds begin? A. A point in time before events in the story happen B. The end, recounting events that happened in the past C. The beginning, listing events as they happen D. The middle, during a high point in the story's action
anonymous
  • anonymous
actually no it would be the end.

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I have never read that, I am sorry. I do not know

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