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The three types of pretending in children's dramatic play:pretending with a regard to a role, pretending with regard to an object, and pretending with to regard an action. The three types of pretending were described by researcher A, Jean Piaget B, Rhonda Kellogg C, Sara smilansky D, le vygotsky

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    I think is B

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