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The author of The Odyssey, an epic written in 700 B.C., was ______.

a. Odysseus
b. Socrates
c. Homer***

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  1. Yes, Homer.

    However, there's been speculation that works attributed to Homer may have actually been written by several people.

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    Ms. Sue
  2. 1.) Homer
    2.) Chronological order
    3.) Theirs

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  3. 100% thank you

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  4. 100% they are right

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  5. 1. The Author of the odyssey, an epic written in 700 B.C. was _________.
    A: Homer

    2. Which of the following patterns of organization is most appropriate in a summary?
    A: Chronological order

    3. We brought our books, so I hope they will bring _________.
    A: theirs

    A means answer just in case you didn’t know, I don’t want to confuse anyone so make sure you carefully select your answers.

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  6. coco gang XD

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  7. Big Boi Mark is correct!

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  8. Big Boi Mark is right i got 100% thank you so much!

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