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secret garden test medal and fan ASAP
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@Carpe_Diem77 @Hope210 @Lord_Frieza @Spinex12
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Which line from the novel is an example of dialect? A. "Th' carriage is waitin' outside for thee." B. "Nobody thought she'd marry him, but she did, and people said she married him for his money." C. "I feel as if it might be the sea, if there were more water on it." D. "He's going to London in the morning."
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@studydood66
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@StudyBuddy17
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im here
anonymous
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a
anonymous
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kk. have u read the secret garden
anonymous
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there is more
anonymous
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yea a few years ago so im a bit rusty
anonymous
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kk. ty
anonymous
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Read this excerpt from the novel: "She stared out of the window with her lips pinched together, and it seemed quite natural that the rain should have begun to pour down in grey slanting lines and splash and stream down the window-panes." Based on the language the author uses, what conclusion can be drawn about how Mary feels at this moment? A. She feels confused. B. She feels content. C. She feels loved. D. She feels sad.
anonymous
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d?
anonymous
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i would tend to agree
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kk
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In the novel, what does the way the garden comes back to life and blossoms even more beautifully than before represent? A. the hope that true friends will accept us in spite of our flaws B. the safety that comes with being familiar with one's environment C. the way that people tend to become more beautiful as they age D. the ability of people to overcome problems and flourish
anonymous
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i agree with both lol
anonymous
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d again?
anonymous
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i think so but im not shure
anonymous
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kk
anonymous
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In the novel, what does Ben Weatherstaff view as a symbol of Mr. Craven's closed heart? A. the roses that refuse to bloom B. the little robin redbreast who befriends Mary C. the dark and frightening moors D. the locked door to the secret garden
anonymous
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a?
anonymous
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the one before this i d u were right
anonymous
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yea
anonymous
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and a is right
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kk
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Which best describes Colin's main conflict in the novel? A. He is often afraid because his father has such a terrible temper. B. He feels angry and bitter because his mother does not love him. C. He feels bored by life because nothing exciting ever happens in Yorkshire. D. He is lonely and unhappy because he thinks that he is doomed to a life of poor health.
anonymous
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d?
anonymous
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i would say so
anonymous
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yeah
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k
anonymous
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How does Mr. Craven resolve the conflict he faces in the novel? A. He finally sells Misselthwaite Manor and moves on with his life. B. He figures out a way to cure Colin of his many sicknesses. C. He swallows his pride and agrees to take care of Mary. D. He learns to accept the sad events of his past, and he makes up with his son.
anonymous
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ummm....... c?
anonymous
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d
anonymous
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i would say d
anonymous
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oh. did u read this?
anonymous
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i did
anonymous
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oh.
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kk
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Which character is best described as having an incredible connection to nature and to wild animals? A. Martha Sowerby B. wingspanon Sowerby C. Archibald Craven D. Susan Sowerby
anonymous
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did u take the test?
anonymous
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yes i passed
anonymous
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d?
anonymous
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or a?
anonymous
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ok im not shure on this one let me look it up
anonymous
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kk. u Carpe?
anonymous
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not sure either
anonymous
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i thought it was the little boy. wingspanon
anonymous
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i put wingspanon
anonymous
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when i put D i c k o n it sais wingspanon
anonymous
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so it must be wingspanon
anonymous
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ready 4 more ones?
anonymous
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yea
anonymous
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In the novel, how does Martha Sowerby first help Mary? A. She forces Mary to be independent. B. She teaches Mary how to speak English. C. She introduces Mary to Colin. D. She saves Mary from a dangerous fall.
anonymous
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d?
anonymous
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@Carpe_Diem77 ?
anonymous
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i am also taking the same test from secret garden right now!
anonymous
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lol
anonymous
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And its A
anonymous
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its a
anonymous
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thats what i put
anonymous
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did u pass?
anonymous
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im on 16 xD
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oh
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yeah
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When he leaves the secret garden for the first time, why does wingspanon leave Mary a picture of a missel thrush on its nest? A. to remind her to move more slowly and softly when she is in the garden B. to tell her that he will be at work in the garden before the birds wake up C. to suggest that she build more nests for the birds to live in D. to let her know that her secret is safe with him
anonymous
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D
anonymous
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D i c k o n not wingspanon
anonymous
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yea
anonymous
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i figured
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Why does Susan Sowerby give Martha advice about what to do with Mary? A. She wants to teach Martha how to be a good mother. B. She is afraid that Martha will lose her job. C. She is worried that Mary will get into trouble. D. She is concerned that Mary will be lonely.
anonymous
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i need help with this :) In the novel, how do the children and the garden change in similar ways? A. When spring comes, Mary says that the plants look more beautiful than ever, while she and Colin begin to look more attractive, as well. B. When spring comes, Mary says that the plants will be willing to struggle to bloom, while she and Colin are working hard to improve their own health and attitudes. C. When spring comes, Mary says that the plants will have it easier from now on, while she and Colin feel as though they have moved past many of their difficulties. D. When spring comes, Mary says that the plants will grow tall and strong, while she and Colin both have growth spurts.
anonymous
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and idk which one that is.
anonymous
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a
anonymous
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darn! i used to remember this ughhhh sorry :(
anonymous
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so its A for my question?
anonymous
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i think so
anonymous
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okay
anonymous
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i think so too
anonymous
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Why does Susan Sowerby give Martha advice about what to do with Mary? A. She wants to teach Martha how to be a good mother. B. She is afraid that Martha will lose her job. C. She is worried that Mary will get into trouble. D. She is concerned that Mary will be lonely.
anonymous
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im on the last question
anonymous
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hmm
anonymous
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b or c
Wendy.Ivette11714
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B
anonymous
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well u finish, then can u tell me the answers?
anonymous
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its b
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kk
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0.0
anonymous
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im also taking the same test ._.
anonymous
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so idek what ur talkin 'bout c:
Wendy.Ivette11714
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O.o
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In the novel, how does the garden's being allowed to "run wild" and grow rather than be closely kept reflect what happens to one of the book's characters? A. It mirrors Mary's being allowed to do what she likes instead of having a governess. B. It mirrors Mary's being selfish and lonely rather than generous and happy. C. It mirrors Mary's being permitted to spend time away from Misselthwaite Manor. D. It mirrors Mary's being ignored by people rather than being treated with kindness.
anonymous
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o-o
anonymous
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*dies with laughter*
anonymous
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who is he?
anonymous
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We're trying to study..
anonymous
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my best friend XD
anonymous
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nice to meet u i'm barney c:
anonymous
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oh. he scared me for a second
anonymous
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In the novel, how does the garden's being allowed to "run wild" and grow rather than be closely kept reflect what happens to one of the book's characters? A. It mirrors Mary's being allowed to do what she likes instead of having a governess. B. It mirrors Mary's being selfish and lonely rather than generous and happy. C. It mirrors Mary's being permitted to spend time away from Misselthwaite Manor. D. It mirrors Mary's being ignored by people rather than being treated with kindness.
anonymous
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im Rudolph
anonymous
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is ur nose ok? ;-;
anonymous
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lol
anonymous
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lets study now..
anonymous
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my nose is beautiful
anonymous
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In the novel, how does the garden's being allowed to "run wild" and grow rather than be closely kept reflect what happens to one of the book's characters? A. It mirrors Mary's being allowed to do what she likes instead of having a governess. B. It mirrors Mary's being selfish and lonely rather than generous and happy. C. It mirrors Mary's being permitted to spend time away from Misselthwaite Manor. D. It mirrors Mary's being ignored by people rather than being treated with kindness.
anonymous
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C.
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stahp trollin
anonymous
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then at least help
anonymous
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XD
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.-.
anonymous
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In the novel, how does the garden's being allowed to "run wild" and grow rather than be closely kept reflect what happens to one of the book's characters? A. It mirrors Mary's being allowed to do what she likes instead of having a governess. B. It mirrors Mary's being selfish and lonely rather than generous and happy. C. It mirrors Mary's being permitted to spend time away from Misselthwaite Manor. D. It mirrors Mary's being ignored by people rather than being treated with kindness. plz help someone
anonymous
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mkay let them study
anonymous
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It's C
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kk
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Thats what i put. c:
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thats right
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Why does Colin wish to keep his recovery secret from his father? A. He worries that his recovery will only be temporary. B. He wants to surprise his father when he returns. C. He fears that his father will not return if he knows that Colin is healthy. D. He knows that his recovery will spark unhappy memories for his father.
anonymous
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idk this.
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B?
anonymous
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i guess.
anonymous
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go with what you think is right. :)
anonymous
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i didnt get that question.
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What does wingspanon do to help Colin? A. He pays for Colin to travel away from Misselthwaite Manor. B. He teaches Colin about the ways of the animals. C. He leads Colin to a long-lost portrait of Colin's mother. D. He reminds Colin that good health only lasts a little while.
anonymous
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D I C K O N NOT WINGSPANON
anonymous
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i hate it
anonymous
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ok
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im here sorry my pc froze
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kk
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Guys this is my last question. Which is a theme of the novel? A. One should neither forgive nor forget past sins. B. Some people are too stubborn to ever change. C. Before one can be happy, one must make peace with the past. D. Accepting the help of strangers in the present can lead to trouble in the future.
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i think c because i know thats true about life
anonymous
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c
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okay
anonymous
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tell me what u get and then plz tell me the answers in order plz ty
anonymous
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hehe, i'm scared to press submit
anonymous
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the correct ones
anonymous
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here, we'll submit it together.
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:D
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im not done
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GOOD LUCK
anonymous
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yeah, ill wait
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thanks c:
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GL
anonymous
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no prob
anonymous
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i dont wanna fail. can u tell me ur answers from 13 to end?
anonymous
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sorry but i gatta go i got 3 huge tests
anonymous
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Um, all of us have diff questions and i also dont wanna fail .-.
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i wll reveiw obviosely tho
anonymous
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ummm
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does anyone know anyother people????
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who r on and can help?
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What does wingspanon do to help Colin? A. He pays for Colin to travel away from Misselthwaite Manor. B. He teaches Colin about the ways of the animals. C. He leads Colin to a long-lost portrait of Colin's mother. D. He reminds Colin that good health only lasts a little while.
anonymous
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oh. i already did this q
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can anyone answer this?
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b?
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hurry, 8 minuts left
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plz someone answer
anonymous
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yeah i think its b
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kk
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I think its B
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Why does Ben Weatherstaff care so much about Colin? A. He liked Mrs. Craven, and he wants to see her son as happy and well as she was. B. He is Colin's uncle, and he thinks of Colin as the son he never had. C. He fears that he will lose his job if he does not take good care of Colin. D. He thinks that, if Colin can get well, then Mr. Craven's condition will improve, too.
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B
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d?
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b
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In the novel, what does Colin's recovery show? A. the positive power of friendship B. why people should not trust doctors C. the possibilities of modern medicine D. the strength of a mother's love
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a?
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A
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a
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In the novel, how do the children and the garden change in similar ways? A. On the day that Mary finds and makes the garden her own, Ben Weatherstaff introduces her to a new type of rose. B. On the day that Mary finds and makes the garden her own, the garden stops growing entirely. C. On the day that Mary finds and makes the secret garden her own, the entire garden comes back to life. D. On the day that Mary finds and makes the secret garden her own, she also "makes a place" for the young shoots inside.
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gtg bye
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bye
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how'd you do?
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70
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@ShootingStarz
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how about u

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