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Which sentence would require a reader to make an inference about what is happening? (1 point)

Dani bit her lip and tensed her shoulders at the news. ***

Kelsey signaled that she knew the correct answer.

Marina was the tallest person on the team.

Henry walked in this morning with a new haircut.

pls help

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  1. Agree.

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  2. 1.a
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    10.a
    11.do it yourself
    12.do it yourself
    13.do it yourself
    14.do it yourself
    15.do it yourself

    this is correct i promise

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  3. tysm!! @YW is right!!!!!!!!!!

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  4. 1. lalya is a liar
    2.YW is capping
    I would give the correct answers but im to tired

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  5. so what is the answers?!

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  6. please i need answers if i dont get this right i will have to drop out of school

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  7. pleas imagine if you know the right answers wright them

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  8. @YW
    @lalya
    @imagine

    Please write out the correct answers, because they switch up the answers.

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  9. @ screw trolls 2 do you know the answers

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  10. if you know then pleas i need them if you dont help me i will have to drop out of the school i am in because i have bad gradesyou help me i help you

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  11. I'm sorry bud. I need the answers too. I hope your grade comes up, though.

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  12. when are you going to take it

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  13. and thanks

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  14. imagine is such a but if he knows the answers it will only take like 5 or 10 minutes to wright them out so he can help people that need it

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  15. if you take it before me can you pleas wright the answers out thanks

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  16. please he;p i am dead if i fail

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  17. @=)love(=pleas help do you know the answer

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  18. i need help pls🥺🥺

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  19. are you taking the test

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  20. give me the answers

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  21. take the test and i will tell you if the answers are wright

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  22. PLEASE HELP I'm literally crying please imagine or some one

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  23. bru YW is correct lazy bums smh

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  24. Yall are but here:
    1.a
    Dani bit her lip and tensed her shoulders at the news.
    2.d
    A group of baseball players change their minds about their coach after they learn why he is so strict.
    3.c
    New experiences are of great value.
    4.a
    The main character's change from being overly critical to compassionate helps readers understand that empathy is needed to understand others.
    5.c
    The stem of a sunflower can grow up to 10 feet tall.
    6.a
    Marta was bold to ask the principal if she could leave school early to work on her campaign speech.
    7.d
    Characters create the action.
    8.a
    She felt slow compared to others.
    9.c
    He is extremely fast.
    10.a
    Fiona fretted and paced, and feared for the future.
    11.do it yourself
    12.do it yourself
    13.do it yourself
    14.do it yourself
    15.do it yourself

    you're welcome this took forever.

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  25. TYYY

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  26. and tha first yw is wrong-

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  27. Tysm!

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  28. So I took the test to check @YW answers and they are wrong for Connexus! (NO SHADE... They could be right for a different test)
    Here are the answers for:
    Lesson 22: Reading Literary Text Unit Test
    Language Arts 7 B Unit 4: Reading Literary Text (ON CONNEXUS)

    1: (A) Dani bit her lip and tensed...
    2: (A) A group of baseball players change their...
    3: (D) New experiences are of...
    4: (D) The main character's change from being...
    5: (D) The stem of a sunflower can grow...
    6: (B) Marta missed the school dance...
    7: (A) Characters create the action.
    8: (D) She felt slow...
    9: (C) He is extremely fast.
    10: (B) Fiona fretted and paced, and...
    11-15 (Do some work they are easy)

    Hope I helped!!! :)

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  29. I hope your right if u tricking people like YW im going to have to pray for u

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  30. ayyy @Lets be real... is 100% correct on the quick questions be sure to follow the answers from the words not the letters if u want to get all the quick questions correct if you get a bad grade it because of the ones you suppose to do by yourself if you follow @Lets be real... answers
    I respect u now @Lets be real...

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  31. Thank you @imagine

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  32. THX SO MUCH @lets be real!!!
    :)

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  33. THX YW THEY ARE 100% CORRECT!!!

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  34. no there not... they failed me

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  35. -chest bump/peace- its rare to find a solid dude like lets be real. lets be real, most ppl lie.

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  36. I could use some help on the last 2

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  37. Listen to let's be real and only Let's be real because she has the right answers. Although you may tend to get confused because there's so many different responses, please just take word for it

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  38. i- yall rly saying I'm wrong and @Lets Be Real... is right?!? We have the same answers!! Wow.

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  39. YW was correct on all the answers so ty for the help :)

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  40. Y are you all saying that @YW is wrong but @Lets be real? They have the same answers. @Lets be real needs to stand up to his/her name and be real. Y'all are snakes.

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  41. Bubble Tea is right, they have the same answers as YW.

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  42. Sorry what I meant to say was why are y'all saying that @YW is wrong, but @Lets be real is correct?

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  43. Thnx @Mr.Xyy =)

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  44. its obvi because he/she gave the sentence and not just the letter dummmmmyyyyyyyyyyyyy

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  48. Lets be real and YW are right

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  49. When yours has 16 questions 👁👄👁

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  50. lets be real made me fail! dont trust anyone on this sight i would reccomend going to brainly instead.

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  51. 11. Based on LaShawn's early practices, stretching, and mention of backfllips, I infer that she is a gymnast. It appears that she is about to enter a big competition and is nervous.

    12. A summary should include the main idea, supporting details, and key information, like the characters and setting. You should give an overview without including details that aren't important. A summary is often short but can be in paragraph form. This is also from your point of view, but it shouldn't include your opinion.

    13. Figurative phrases help a reader understand a text because it gives the text meaning and better understanding.

    14.In "Out Where the West Begins," the author uses the repetitive "s" sound to give the writing emotion. The term is called alliteration. The poem flows better and sounds better with the repetitive sound.

    15. The theme of a story is the topic or subject. The main idea is the point of the writing. Many stories can belong under the same theme, but the main idea is selective to what is happening in that specific story.

    Please change this up a little bit

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    Please this is all I ask is to give me a follow and add me. I worked hard on these thanks!

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  52. AJwususdsh Dusuhenu

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  53. k thx

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  54. I just took the connexus Reading literary text unit test and here are my answers that I got-

    1. Dani bit her lip and tensed her shoulders at the news

    2. A group of baseball players change their minds about their coach after they learn why he is so strict

    3. New experiences are of great value

    4. The main characters change from being overly critical to compassionate helps readers understand the empathy is needed to understand others

    5. The stem of a sunflower can go up to 10 feet tall

    6. Martha missed the school dance to focus on her campaign for student body president

    7. Characters create the action

    8. She felt slow compared to others

    9. He is extremely fast

    10. Fiona fretted and paced and feared for the future

    11. LaShawn is a very experienced gymnast who works hard to be good at what she does. To be at the experience level she is at, she made a routine that helped her stay focused and helped her be ready for her tournament.

    12. A summary should include the main idea, key details, supporting details, setting setting, and a theme. The summary should be a short but detailed paragraph that makes sense of the story. The summary should have all of the above but should not have your own personal opinion.

    13. Figurative phrases help a reader understand what is happening in a story or a text, because it better explains the meaning of the story or text.

    14. In the beginning of “out where the west begins” Mr. Chapman constantly uses the “S” sound to add meeting emotion to the text. Mr. Arthur Chapman used alliteration this excerpt to form that emotion, so the reader could feel how the author did when he was writing it. As the poem goes on we continue to hear the same Smooth flow at the text because that same “S” sound used from beginning to end of the excerpt.

    15. The theme of the story has an inspirational meaning to it to help the reader understand the good and the bad of a story or a text. The main idea is the point of a text at the storyline follows. The theme in the main idea or two completely different things but can be mixed up from time to time.

    I hope this helps! Again these are the answers I, MYSELF, had!

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  55. Lets be real is right! thx :)

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  56. No problemo @Bubble Tea

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  57. Are these right

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  58. Using information from this page or this website is plagiarism and a violation of the Connections Academy Honor Code. Please know that your teachers are aware of these responses and if you use them, there will be consequences. Good luck! ;)

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  59. its anonymous "Mrs. Smart" plus your a fake so shut the hell up

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  60. u all ! da change da answers every time so if u dont write it out da letters switch up every time.

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  61. i tottally a teach do di do di do im going to tell on all you cheaters. lol

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  62. @Ms. Smart is just an annoying troll ignore her

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  63. Another Connections teacher here! This is obviously against school policy, and I have this website saved to see which students are cheating. You all are setting up bad habits that can get you in more trouble in the future- it's not worth it! Be honest!

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  64. no one asked u to speak

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  65. No one asked you to plagiarize either; yet, here we are. It's not worth your time, kids!

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  66. @Bubble Tea does it matter? as long as you got answers that should be enough. Who cares if the other person got the correct answers? Like the person said a few comments above they missed one or two of them. So just be grateful that they even gave you the correct answers because students nowadays will give you the incorrect answers on purpose.

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  67. btw thank you @Lets be real

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  68. did anybody else notice that @Ido school on Connexus thanks didnt say anything atfer answers came..... does that mean he never got them? ;( poor guy i feel bd if he got kicked out of school

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  69. what about the peeps with 16 questions
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