• anonymous
Which sentence from "Nikola Tesla, Inventor" is not strictly factual? A. "When he was still a young man, Tesla went to the United States to work for Thomas Edison in his New Jersey laboratory." B. "If you had seen him striding down the street, though, you would never have thought that he spent most of his time building inventions in a laboratory." C. "AC could travel over hundreds of miles of wire and still light a home." D. "Tesla patented the first of his AC motors in 1890, and today nearly all electric motors are based on his invention."
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  • YoloShroom
I believe B because it's implying that you think the same way as the person speaking. He also uses "Would" and "Thought"
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