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Which is one clue that "Close Encounters of the Bear Kind" is a work of nonfiction? A. The article cites a particular study done in Alaska. B. The article focuses on one person. C. The article contains dialogue that is enclosed by quotation marks. D. The article is just a few pages long.
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are you doing study island
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why you go to k12
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yeah do you like it
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i hate it
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yea what state do you do it in
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Atlanta
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that is where i'm from
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yeah B
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In "Close Encounters of the Bear Kind," the author includes a sidebar entitled "Bear Crazy." In it, she mentions a motorcycle accident that cost John Hechtel his spleen. Why is this fact relevant to the article? A. The injury prevented Hechtel from working in the tropics and caused him to choose the Alaskan bear project. B. Losing his spleen caused Hechtel to leave Alaska to find a climate that better agreed with him. C. Losing his spleen caused Hechtel to become interested in bears. D. The injury caused Hechtel to find a career in animal research rather than the archaeological expedition he had been considering.
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A
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How do many writers of nonfiction grab the attention of their readers? A. They invent characters who experience real-life events. B. They begin their work with surprising or interesting facts known as "hooks." C. They remind readers that it is unwise to believe everything that one reads. D. They include obviously false statements in the work to keep readers on their toes.
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and C
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i meant D
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Based on "The Day the Gulls Went Crazy," which conclusion can be drawn about gulls? A. They are attracted to people wearing masks. B. They see people as their natural enemies. C. They have strong memories. D. They are likely to forgive and forget.
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what grade are you in
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i'm in sixth
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6th
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what is your name
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JULIANNE
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your teachers are caroline johnson kristen stone mrs mcgoldrick and mrs.mask
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is one of your teacher are caroline johnson
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Based on "The Day the Gulls Went Crazy," which conclusion can be drawn about gulls? A. They are attracted to people wearing masks. B. They see people as their natural enemies. C. They have strong memories. D. They are likely to forgive and forget.
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B
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are you still there
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