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1. each winter, i go ice skating with friends from my neighborhood.. (1 point). sentence. fragment. 2. we hurry to the ice.. (1 point). sentence. fragment. 3. and skate as fast as possible. (1 point). sentence. fragment. 4. try to catch each other. (1 point). sentence. fragment. 5. sometimes i fall down.. sentence . fragment

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