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18 April, 06:25

I walked up to my locker and what did I see? She and Mateo were smiling and laughing together. Which of the following is the best revision that adds sensory details to these sentences? A I walked up to my locker and what did I see? She and Mateo were standing face-to-face. Her cheeks were red, and I could hear her giggling at something Mateo said to her. B I walked up to my locker and what did I see? She and Mateo were late to class. C I walked up to my locker and what did I see? She and Mateo were huddled close while he asked her a question. D She and Mateo were huddled close while he asked her a question and she giggled while placing a hand over her mo

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  1. 18 April, 06:30
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    A. I walked up to my locker and what did I see? She and Mateo were standing face-to-face. Her cheeks were red, and I could hear her giggling at something Mateo said to her.

    Explanation:

    Sensory details, are descriptive aspects that are meant to appeal to the audiences senses. In this example, the passage focuses on the sense of sight and hearing, as the author describes what she saw at the locker, along with what she heard happening.
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