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We have used the passage about the eruption in May 1980 of Mount St. Helens several times. First, when we learned how to skim the first paragraph . Second, when we learned how to skim the entire passage . Third, when we learned how to skim the questions . So, perhaps you are familiar with the passage.

Tables will be used when several things in the passage can be classified into groups. For example several problems with causes and solutions might be described:

In the passage about the Mount St. Helens volcano, we can see several things compared to other things by describing their equivalences. For example in paragraph A  the energy released by the eruption of the Mount St. Helens volcano is compared to a nuclear bomb.

Helen Adams Keller was born a healthy child in Tuscumbia, Alabama, on June 27, 1880. Her parents were Kate Adams Keller and Colonel Arthur Keller.

On her father's side she was descended from Colonel Alexander Spottswood, a colonial governor of Virginia, and on her mother's side, she was related to a number of prominent New England families. Helen's father, Arthur Keller, was a captain in the Confederate army. The family lost most of its wealth during the Civil War and lived modestly.

After the war, Captain Keller edited a local newspaper, the North Alabamian, and in 1885, under the Cleveland administration, he was appointed Marshal of North Alabama.

We have used the passage about the eruption in May 1980 of Mount St. Helens several times. First, when we learned how to skim the first paragraph . Second, when we learned how to skim the entire passage . Third, when we learned how to skim the questions . So, perhaps you are familiar with the passage.

Tables will be used when several things in the passage can be classified into groups. For example several problems with causes and solutions might be described:

In the passage about the Mount St. Helens volcano, we can see several things compared to other things by describing their equivalences. For example in paragraph A  the energy released by the eruption of the Mount St. Helens volcano is compared to a nuclear bomb.

Helen Adams Keller was born a healthy child in Tuscumbia, Alabama, on June 27, 1880. Her parents were Kate Adams Keller and Colonel Arthur Keller.

On her father's side she was descended from Colonel Alexander Spottswood, a colonial governor of Virginia, and on her mother's side, she was related to a number of prominent New England families. Helen's father, Arthur Keller, was a captain in the Confederate army. The family lost most of its wealth during the Civil War and lived modestly.

After the war, Captain Keller edited a local newspaper, the North Alabamian, and in 1885, under the Cleveland administration, he was appointed Marshal of North Alabama.

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We have used the passage about the eruption in May 1980 of Mount St. Helens several times. First, when we learned how to skim the first paragraph . Second, when we learned how to skim the entire passage . Third, when we learned how to skim the questions . So, perhaps you are familiar with the passage.

Tables will be used when several things in the passage can be classified into groups. For example several problems with causes and solutions might be described:

In the passage about the Mount St. Helens volcano, we can see several things compared to other things by describing their equivalences. For example in paragraph A  the energy released by the eruption of the Mount St. Helens volcano is compared to a nuclear bomb.


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