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English, 07.11.2019 18:31, mjlchance367

The name "julian" is not necessary in the sentence. the
writer can...

The name "julian" is not necessary in the sentence. the
writer can have only one youngest brother, so the name
"julian" is extra information.
which points did you include in your response? check
all that apply.
the brother's name is not necessary.
the writer says "youngest brother."
the writer can have only one youngest brother.
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