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1. She cut it open.

(Is 'open' an objective complement? What is the part of speech of 'open'? Is 'open' an adjective or a 'verb'?)

2. Chocolate is made from cocoa beans.
3. Chocolate is made from cacao beans.
(Which one is correct?)

4. He is picking up a cocoa pod with his hand.

5. He is picking up a cacao pod with his hand.

(Which one is correct?)

6. Cocoa trees grow in rain forest countries.

7. Cacao trees grow in rain forest countries.
(Which one is correct?)

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