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If a teacher has difficulty playing a musical instrument, he or she should:



A. avoid teaching music.


B. only teach music when a specialist is present.


C. learn on the job by practicing in class.


D. use one of many alternative ways to provide musical accompaniment.

b?

  1. Ms. Sue

    No.

    There's a better answer.

  2. bev

    d?

  3. Ms. Sue

    Yes, it's D.

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