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The learners who like to talk things through and listen to others' opinion and ideas are _________. (Points : 1) Auditory Visual Kinesthetic Receptive
The learners who like to talk things through and listen to others' opinion and ideas are Auditory.
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You didn't answer the users question at all. This is a synopsis of the movie.
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