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Analogies--
1. Fabricate::Excuse
a.Sew::Needle
b.Interview::Reporter
c.Tell:Story

2.Martial::Weaponry
aSold::Sales Person
b.Soft::Wool

  • Grammar -

    a and b

  • Grammar -

    I think 1 is C

    And 2 is B.

  • Grammar -

    OMG what is with my typing today

    1, of course, is C
    im sorry

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