Robinson Crusoe

Why does Robinson Crusoe leave the first canoe he builds in the woods?

A.

He worries that it is not well made and might sink.

B.

He decides it needs to be bigger.

C.

He determines that he is too far away to sail to the mainland in it.

D.

He realizes it is too heavy to move.

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D. He realizes it is too heavy to move.

are you sure? did you evening read the book before?

she's smart. so don't get snippy with her lannisha

ok can you look at my other questions (jack g)

okay then...i think i will

i posted 1

wait if its heavy how did he move it in the woods

which one? i answered one already

i know immma post the other one

ok

i just did it

are you gonna answer the other one or what?

YES! RELAX LANNISHA. I'M JUST A 6TH GRADER.

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relax jack and lannisha

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i am a 4th grader

you're in fourth grade? wow, you really are a silly kid

I am in 3rd grade. :o

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