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What separates the thnking of adolescents from that of younger children?
1. Adolescents can think about various possiblities.
2. Adolescents gain the ability ot think about their senses and movement.
3. Adolescents begin to understand how lanuguage is used for personal benefit.
4. Adolescent understand the concept of conservation

My answer: Adolescents can think about various possivilities

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