SAT Reading Drill 5.10 Analyzing part-whole relationships
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According to Mark Twain, working on a steam boat was the gig or all gigs and this SAT Reading video will tell you why.
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his arrogant ways they were totally in a rush to join in on the boating fun if
you can't beat him you know Killa era join him alright we're getting a job on [shaking hands]
a boat was obviously desirable between says the boys managed it that indicates
it wasn't an easy feat but will they get it the list of boys joining boats shows [writing on chalkboard]
that nearly every business owner in town had a son leaving the house however [text on screen]
there's no evidence that they played a role in getting their sons hired like
where did that come from and finally Twain mentions the hefty [shady back-ally exchange]
salary but he doesn't explain why it's so high and no one can only imagine