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English, 21.06.2019 14:30, Nathaliasmiles

In which sentence is the action arrow pointing to the receiver of the action? a. sentence: hawkeye tracked the deer through the forest. an arrow, pointing to the left, is drawn above the verb 'tracked'. b. sentence: hawkeye tracked the deer through the forest. an arrow, pointing to the right, is drawn above the verb 'tracked'.

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