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1. Beginning child storytellers: A.have story sense and story grammar immediately b.sequence story events in mature ways c.often tell a series of unrelated events d.display mature gesturing ability I said c is that correct 2.children with many experience with stories: a.can accurately sound out words b.tend to know stories have predictable segments and features c.can read simple words such as was or am by late preschool years d.realize words are separated in sentences and that sentences end in periods sentences

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    I agree with your first answer.

    The second question has an obvious answer. What do you think it is?

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    I think it is c am I correct

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    No. Most children learn the longer words that can be sounded out before they learn such words as was and am.

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