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English, 21.06.2019 23:50, keaton3410

Which statement best describes how these paragraphs develop the central idea of the article? a- they elaborate on the idea that the offer has been made with youngsters in mind. b- they provide additional information as to why the prize is a wagon instead of something else. c- they support the idea that the wagon is attractive to youngsters and is a worthy prize. d- they introduce the idea that the newspaper is a generous organization. read paragraphs 4 and 5. the disc wheel coaster wagon is thirty-six inches long and sixteen inches wide. the coaster is built exactly like a high-powered automobile. the disc wheels have rubber tires and true roller bearings. it runs as smoothly as an eight-cylinder automobile. it is built of the strongest wood and is equipped with a reliable hand brake, enabling the owner to stop in an instant. the tongue—usually the first thing about a wagon to break and render the wagon unserviceable—is so stout that a man can jump on it without breaking it.

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