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From the relationship of the two brothers, a reader who identifies with the characters could __________. A. learn how to tease a sibling B. learn how to lie to his mother C. learn how to teach someone to walk D. learn to appreciate a sibling
From the relationship of the two brothers, a reader who identifies with the characters could - learn to appreciate a sibling.
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