# English

They walk into a meeting. 'Camerfield for judge!' shout the people on the left. 'Mandiboy for judge!' shout the people on the right. Thenthey start fighting.....
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What is happening in the passage above? Who is 'Camerfield' and who is 'Mandiboy'? What are they going to do?

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1. It reads as if Camerfield and Mandiboy are two people who are candidates for judge in an election.

The supporters of each shout the phrases in quotation marks, and then those two groups of supporters start fighting with each other.

(Is this from a particular story or book?)

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2. Thank you. It's from the novel, "Around the World in Enghty Days."

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3. Thank you. It's from the novel, "Around the World in Eighty Days."

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