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A food surplus is a benefit of farming. Which of the following is a food surplus?

A.
when extra food spoils

B.
when people wait in line for food

C.
when families have extra food

D.
when not enough rain falls to grow food

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  1. The answer is C
    When family's have extra food

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  2. The word is families (plural form), not family's (singular possessive form).

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