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asked by taylor
  1. what

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    posted by tiffany
  2. i need help try to fine the analogy to won't to can't green to ?

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    posted by taylor
  3. Analogies usually have three terms -- and you need to find the fourth term.

    The way you stated this "analogy" doesn't make any sense to me.

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    posted by Ms. Sue
  4. I'm needing to fine the anagloy for this question won't to can't green to ? . using only scr,spr,str,thr.

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    posted by taylor
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