Global studies

Because Canada is a long way from the equator, the climate tends to be.
a. Moderate
b. Warm
c. Cool **
d. Very cold

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  1. I'd say that most of Canada is very cold.

  2. I was thinking about that to, thank you Ms. Sue.

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  3. You're welcome.

  4. Yes, I think so too!

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  5. 1. d
    2. d
    3. c
    4. d

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    posted by lun
  6. iuns correct

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    posted by Luna
  7. How about you guys actully read the book and figure it out

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    posted by Bill
  8. thx lun

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  9. OMG vampire hahahaha

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    posted by Apples
  10. He is right don't listen to these people.

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  11. Yeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee
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  12. Good one Logan

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    posted by Ina
  13. Lun is right I just took the test in Connections Academy and I got 100%.

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  14. lol logan

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    posted by bro
  15. Thanks Lun :D

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    posted by Lit
  16. f you bill

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