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The article earthquakes and there effects states that parts of the worlds coastline has sank considerably The article “Earthquakes and Their Effects” states.

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1 the article earthquakes and there effects states that parts of the worlds coastline has sank considerably The article “Earthquakes and Their Effects” states that parts of the world’s coastline have sunk considerably.

2 My Uncle he has lived at 802 palm court granger texas since june 5 1978 i think My uncle (He) has lived at 802 Palm Court, Granger, Texas, since June 5, 1978, I think.

3 since dave hasnt drew the design for the scenery yet itll be alright to wait to days before we meet Since Dave hasn’t drawn the design for the scenery yet, it’ll be all right to wait two days before we meet.

4 alot of natives could of fleed the ravages of mt etnas eruption A lot of natives could have fled the ravages of Mt. Etna’s eruption.

5 weve swam that channel before the one between the too lakes but dad dont like us to do it We’ve swum that channel before, the one between the two lakes, but Dad doesn’t like us to do it.

6 sara today ill learn you the metric system mother said since you find math so interesting “Sara, today I’ll teach you the metric system,” Mother said, “since you find math so interesting.”

7 because many people enjoy it’s lyrical music the ballet swan lake is very popular Because many people enjoy its lyrical music, the ballet Swan Lake is very popular.

8 the japanese store at 517 layton avenue milwaukee wisconsin will close on february 28 The Japanese store at 517 Layton Avenue, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, will close on February 28.


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