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In the September 2016 SCOPE Magazine article “Is Anything Wrong With This Picture” by Lauren Tarshis and Kristin Lewis the authors tried to….(Start with main idea here)
1.Rachel says that “when you’re eleven, you’re also ten, and nine,” and so on. What does she mean?
When Rachel says this quote, she means that every year that you get older you are actually building upon the ages that you have already grown from. An example from the text is in paragraph number 2 when Rachel says that even though you are older, you may still cry or sit on your mother’s lap the way that you did when you were three or five. She is trying to convey that even though you are one age, you still carry with you things from when you were younger.