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The question below refers to the selection "Geraldo No Last Name." A reviewer of this story's content would most likely describe the sentences as A. complicated and hard to follow. B.
poetic and varied. C. elegant and lengthy. D. short and to the point.
D. Short and to the point
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User: The question below refers to the selection "Geraldo No Last Name." A reviewer of this story's content would most likely describe the sentences as A. complicated and hard to follow. B. poetic and varied. C. elegant and lengthy. D. short and to the point.

Weegy: D. Short and to the point
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User: The question below refers to the selection "Geraldo No Last Name." A reviewer of this story would most likely describe the sentences as… A. short and to the point. B. poetic and varied. C. elegant and lengthy. D. complicated and hard to follow.

Weegy: D. Short and to the point
Waddy|Points 30|

User: The question below refers to the selection "Geraldo No Last Name." A reviewer of this story would most likely describe the sentences as… A. short and to the point. B. poetic and varied. C. elegant and lengthy. D. complicated and hard to follow.





Weegy: The answer is D. complicated and hard to follow.
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