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Why does Skurzynski open “Nethergrave” by describing how Jeremy accidentally scores a goal for the opposing soccer team?

to show that Jeremy is not very bright
to show why the coach should not have put Jeremy in the game
to show how Jeremy finds the real world awkward and embarrassing✅

Based on knowledge of the root word chrono, something that is not chronic.
involves illness or disorder.
occurs repeatedly over time.✅
shows a cause-and-effect relationship.

Which of the following sentences is CORRECTLY punctuated?
On November 22 1963, President Kennedy was assassinated and American history was forever altered.
On November 22, 1963 President Kennedy was assassinated, and American history was forever altered.
On November 22, 1963, President Kennedy was assassinated, and American history was forever altered.✅

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  1. CBC is correct
    Many thanks, kind man, or woman, or anything in-between.

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  2. As me, Egg., I agree, CBC is correct for the nethergrave quickcheck.
    :)

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  3. Its CBC still....

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  4. htsrhtdyjy is correct

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  5. CBC is correct

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  6. thanks egg

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  7. @DreamWasTaken Yes it is still correct

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  8. sex.. interesting name.. is correct though

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  9. nice to see baylen fans here!

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  10. They're correct

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  11. 1.C 2.B 3.C 2021

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  12. You should all go to JW.ORG.

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  13. @sex is correct for 11/10/2021

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  14. abb is correct thanks!

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