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In the story "Seventh Grade,” how do Victor’s hopes and expectations about Teresa at the beginning of the school day compare with his hopes and expectations about Teresa at the end of the school day?

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  2. In seventh grade victors connection to teresa strengthened as he now knows her more and she knows him more

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    10) a
    11) b
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    18) b
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