GED Reasoning through Language Arts 1.4 Writing Skills

GED Reasoning through Language Arts 1.4 Writing Skills. Consider Holmes' comments throughout the excerpt about Mr. Wilson's story. What seems to be his attitude about this new case?

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to be his attitude about this new case And the

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choices are Wow When sherlock holmes gets really worked up

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he certainly has a lot to say Wait to be

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around if you ever got into a car accident All

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right so what's he saying amidst all this sound and

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fury well his comment about loving everything outside of the

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humdrum indicates he's not annoyed to have mr wilson interrupt

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his daily routine Sherlock holmes does not like to be

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bored Join the club and home certainly doesn't consider this

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case typical he says it's one of the most singular

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cases he's heard about in some time a grammar police

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alerted pretty hard to be both these things at the

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same time And he's certainly not rushing wilson He seems

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to be settling down for a good long story instead

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what's parent from holmes very long speech is that he's

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excited about this new case he stoked enthralled ready and

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raring to go now it's unlike anything he's ever encountered

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and that's got him excited B is the correct answer

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now he's just got to stop chatting about it long

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enough to actually do something well in congress would have

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a lot to talk about right You know we're talking

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about