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English, 31.03.2016 01:59

Read these sentences from the text.

"the last thing he wanted was to be hustling around the kitchen, fiddling with spoons and teapots, and fussy little bags of tea. making tea was the opposite of a nap, and after a long day at school, robbie knew there was nothing that would make him happier than a nice little nap."

based on this evidence, what conclusion can you draw?

a. robbie cannot decide between taking a nap and making tea.
b. robbie thinks making tea will him go to sleep.
c. the school day has made robbie feel very tired.
d. the school day has filled robbie with energy.

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