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Kendi Murungi Engl 2000 Professor Faulk Lesson 3 3.4: 1a. It is argued that atmospheric carbon dioxide does not elevate global temperature. 1b. Educators speculate about the role of the family to improve educational achievement. 2a. When pregnant women smoke, this can lead to fetal injury. 2b. Readers understand easily when the material is presented concisely. 3a. Although researchers identified the AIDS virus, they failed to develop a vaccine to immunize those at risk 3b. Economists have failed to define full employment. 4a. Editorial writers rarely offer suggestions to dispel their complaints about voter apathy. 4b. Critics claim that children who watch a lot of television tend to become less able reader, they have not demonstrated it to be true. 5a. The disappearance of hundreds of thousands of jobs is a result of the loss of market share to Japan by domestic automakers. 5b. Schools can teach complex subjects more effectively when educators discover how to use computer-assisted instruction. 6a. In order to save virgin stands at greatest risk, certain parts of our national forests must be logged extensively. 6b. To provide a reliable base for the projection of needed resources library use must be analyzed.
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