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Last night, Greg was reading a book. At first, he was sitting next to the lamp, which was very bright. Greg could see all of the words in the book very well. Then, he moved to a chair that was farther away from the lamp. It was less bright in the spot where Greg moved. He had a hard time seeing the words.

Ms. Sue
I know the feeling.
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