anonymous
  • anonymous
At Carver Elementary, lunch was the busiest time of the day. Students from different classes come together to eat their lunch. The lunches for Mondays and Tuesdays were the students' favorites. On Mondays at the school, the cafeteria served pizza. The meal also came with vegetables and milk. Tuesdays were more popular than Mondays. On Tuesdays, the cafeteria had chicken nuggets. It also came with mashed potatoes and a wheat roll. The mashed potatoes made the entire meal because they were so good. Both Monday and Tuesday had the same dessert. It was peach cobbler, and it was delicious.
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anonymous
  • anonymous
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anonymous
  • anonymous
How does the author organize this passage? A. chronological order B. problem and solution C. compare and contrast D. cause and effect
anonymous
  • anonymous
The passage contrasted Tuesday lunches from Monday lunches, stating that it was popular mainly because of the chicken nuggets. It later compared them however, stating that it had the same exact dessert, peach cobbler which was delicious.

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