# english

Relax. The kid’s been delivering the paper for, how long? Three, four years maybe? And not once has she missed us. The paper will be here, just wait and see. She’s just been delayed for some reason.

a) true beyond a reasonable doubt
b) probably true
c) possibly true or possibly false
The answer is (C) possibly true or possibly false – We do not know for sure that the kid will show up that day. Maybe the kid has stopped delivering papers or she has moved to another city.

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1. Very true!

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2. The right answer is C.

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3. Thanks

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