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    @BishopPatton Nights and Dragons— From the memoir of author Abigail Prynne As I started my research, I discovered many skeptics. Scientists presented evidence to show why dragons could not—and did not—exist. They explained that it would be impossible for dragons to fly because they would be too big. They laughed at the idea of dragons breathing fire. They pointed out that no other animal has ever done this. They said that if dragons had lived, someone would have found remains somewhere in the world. No bones about it, there were plenty of logical explanations. It would have been easy for me to accept that the only place dragons ever existed was in the imaginations of those who believed. Which line from the text implies that scientists do not believe that dragons exist? They explained that it would be impossible for dragons to fly because they would be too big. They laughed at the idea of dragons breathing fire. They pointed out that no other animal has ever done this. No bones about it, there were plenty of logical explanations.

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    No bones about it, there were plenty of logical explanations.

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    Nights and Dragons— From the memoir of author Abigail Prynne I sit at my desk listening to thunder growl outside my window. Flashes of light burst through the darkness, and wind races past my window. The thrilling combination of sight and sound conjures up visions of dragons roaring proudly, breathing fire, and soaring across the midnight sky. Dragons first fascinated me when I was a little girl. They have followed me ever since. The magnificent creatures appeared in storybooks I read in the library, paintings I saw in museums, movies I watched in the theater, and the dreams I had in my sleep. By the time I was thirteen, one question consumed me. I wanted to know if dragons ever existed, so I set out on a quest for facts. What do the first two sentences of this paragraph imply? It is a cold night. It is a lonely night. It is a stormy night. It is a warm night.

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    It is a stormy night.

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    You see a commercial for a new game called Crazy Cards. The commercial says the game is designed for people from the ages of 9 to 99. It shows a family laughing as they play. It explains that the game can be purchased at Toy Shack for eight dollars. Which of the following is implicitly suggested in the commercial? The game cost eight dollars. The game is for ages 9 to 99. The game is fun to play. The game may be purchased at Toy Shack.

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    The game is fun to play.

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