Texas EOC English 2: 2.2 Understanding and Analysis of Informational Texts

InformationalComprehension Skills
Test PrepTexas EOC II
Texas EOC English IIUnderstanding and Analysis of Informational Texts
Texas EOC IIUnderstanding and Analysis of Informational Texts
Texas EOC Level IITexas EOC English II

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we're just skimming it fast All right the reader can

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infer from the passage that estuaries are partially enclosed because

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what And here the potential answers Around All right well

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looks like once again it's inferring time we could get

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rid of be without having to infer anything Little common

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sense gets this one out of our hair Rivers are

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moving bodies of water and sewer oceans So how could

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a river and an ocean in close another body of

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water a notion would just turn everything into a more

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ocean Oceans are bossy like that You get out of

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here All right deacon go to it isn't supported by

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any information in the passage This one makes it sound

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like estuaries have some kind of force field around him

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that traps organisms inside the environment Like aliens No way

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to bring your a game D c maybe appealing because

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it's true that estuaries heir protected by the landforms that

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doesn't have anything to do with why they're partially enclosed

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Like where that come from All right well the correct

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answer is a They're contained by the land that surrounds

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the river or stream but open into the ocean where

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we go According to the passage estuaries are enclosed on

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some but not all sides got to keep those options

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open It makes sense that the estuaries are enclosed by

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the land that surrounds the river streams that are open

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to the ocean Then they can have that tasty mix

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of fresh and salt water that we all know and 00:01:46.913 --> [endTime] love well that certain wildlife notice Love anyway