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English, 07.11.2019 17:31, jazz71527152

Which is the best way to write the sentence?
a.
in the science...

Which is the best way to write the sentence?
a.
in the science fair with the missing teeth the boy entered his insect maze experiment.
b.
the boy entered in the science fair his insect maze experiment with the missing teeth
c.
his insect maze experiment with the missing teeth the boy entered in the science fair.
d.
the boy with the missing teeth entered his insect maze experiment in the science fair
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