Observing development of the young child

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The type of pretend play in which
Preschool children role play with others is called? Dramatic play B, onlooker play C, solitary play D, access ritual play

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    I think the answer is B

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    No.

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    Dramatic play?

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    Onlooker play?

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    Solitary play?

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