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It is important to learn strategies for determining meanings of unfamiliar words WITHOUT looking them up in the dictionary. Why? Looking up every unfamiliar word in the dictionary increases your
reading speed. You may face certain instances in which a dictionary is not available (such as on standardized tests). It is not actually important to learn these strategies
The answer is: You may face certain instances in which a dictionary is not available (such as on standardized tests)
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User: It is important to learn strategies for determining meanings of unfamiliar words WITHOUT looking them up in the dictionary. Why? Looking up every unfamiliar word in the dictionary increases your reading speed. You may face certain instances in which a dictionary is not available (such as on standardized tests). It is not actually important to learn these strategies

Weegy: The answer is: You may face certain instances in which a dictionary is not available (such as on standardized tests)
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User: To find sources for a research project, you can look to which of the following? library the Internet either of these

Weegy: To find sources for a research project, you may look to either the internet or the library. However, as there are less regulations and checks on what is posted on the internet, [ research from the library may be more likely to be valid and trustworthy. ]
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