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English, 03.11.2016 23:30 shongmadi77

The text brilliantly illustrates the risks involved in dealing with a level 4 agent and describes in fascinating detail the painstaking process of preparing to enter “the hot zone.” what best describes the sentence? it is objective because it states facts and avoids opinions. it is objective because it reflects feelings and opinions. it is subjective because it reflects feelings and opinions. it is subjective because it states facts and avoids opinions

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