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Can you please help me with these questions?

After the Revolution, _______________ colonists left the states for other parts of the British Empire.

George Washington’s forces were not permanently defeated by the British in the Battle for New York because
Answer of Washington’s skilled troop movements.
the British commanders were inept.
the British commanders chose not to capture them.
the British were woefully outnumbered.
of the skilled fighting of the French troops.

Thank you so much!

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    1. loyalist

    What is your answer to the second question?

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    My answer would be the second one - because of the fact that the British did not move west to the Hudson River. Am I correct?

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