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Why does Mrs. Wheatley call Phillis Wheatley a prodigy? A. She once met Benjamin Franklin. B. She wants to help others who are suffering. C. She writes letters to military leaders. D. She could translate Latin at age 13.
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User: Why does Mrs. Wheatley call Phillis Wheatley a prodigy? A. She once met Benjamin Franklin. B. She wants to help others who are suffering. C. She writes letters to military leaders. D. She could translate Latin at age 13.

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Mrs. Wheatley calls Phillis Wheatley a prodigy because: She could translate Latin at age 13.

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