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17. what was the authors main reason for writing this passage?

to explain why something happened

to describe what something looked like

to convince the reader to change a policy

to tell the reader an interesting story

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  1. What? I am not a teacher but nobody has to be one to know that you are doing a quiz or something and you are looking for the answer. And, what passage?

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  2. I am sorry for being so blunt, but if you are having trouble with a quiz or something, you should probably ask your teacher for help.

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  3. I did that, thanks.

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  4. This is useless bruh

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  5. Its to tell an uplifting story.

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