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With wich of the following topics is the text mainly concerned? A. The alternatives to plastic bags B. The urgent action to combat climate change C. The Regulation which forbides plastic bags use D. The need to educate people about global warming E. The alarming number of plastic bags polluting the ocean


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Clarissa Z

14 Maret 2024 09:48

<p>A. The alternatives to plastic bag</p>

A. The alternatives to plastic bag


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