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A/An _______ is a characteristic of children at age five. A. understanding of the ramifications of one's actions B. slowing down of growth and development C. desire to play with children of
different ages D. awkwardness with emerging motor skills
A/An - - A. understanding of the ramifications of one's actions - - is a characteristic of children at age five.
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