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Skyscrapers and mass transit, which were developed in the late 1800s, contributed to the size of large cities in America. True or false
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Skyscrapers and mass transit, which were developed in the late 1800s, contributed to the size of large cities in America.
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Which of the following is most likely the root word of travel.
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The root word of "travel" is "travail".
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Which of the following is a way that humans impact rivers and streams? a. pollution b. dams c. flooding d. all of the above
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All of the above (pollution, dams and flooding) are ways that humans impact rivers and streams.
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The fairy tale and (its/it's) message help Stacey and her grandmother to understand each other. a. its b. it’s
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The fairy tale and its message help Stacey and her grandmother to understand each other.

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When reading or presenting poetry to an audience, your _______________ must remain constant. a. gestures c. tone b. eye contact d. volume
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When reading or presenting poetry to an audience, your eye contact must remain constant.
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