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  1. Step-by-step explanation:

    Good morning to you. May every step you make be filled with happiness, love, and peace.

    May this morning offer you new hope for life! May you be happy and enjoy every moment of it. Good morning!

    Good morning! May your day be filled with positive things and full of blessings. Believe in yourself.

  2. nice

    Explanation:

    sorry if one of them has bad words...

    [tex]The Greetings Song Lyrics Good morning, good morning, good afternoonGood evening, good evening, goo[/tex]
    [tex]The Greetings Song Lyrics Good morning, good morning, good afternoonGood evening, good evening, goo[/tex]
    [tex]The Greetings Song Lyrics Good morning, good morning, good afternoonGood evening, good evening, goo[/tex]
    [tex]The Greetings Song Lyrics Good morning, good morning, good afternoonGood evening, good evening, goo[/tex]
    [tex]The Greetings Song Lyrics Good morning, good morning, good afternoonGood evening, good evening, goo[/tex]

  3. B. Ils sont grands C. Je suis grand D. Ellessont belles

    6. La voiture est neuve À. Elles sont neuves B. Elle est neuve C. On est neuf D.nous sommes nouveau

    7. Comment tu t’appelles ? À. Je m’appelle ….B.je m’appelles C. Tu m’appelles C. Il s’appelle D. Elle s’appelait

    8. Comment s’appelle le professeur À. Le professeur t’appeler B. Le professeur s’appelle ...C. Le professeurl’appelle D, le professeuramène

  4.  By having Heidi notice the loveliness of the day first, the author implies that Heidi is very sensitive to beautiful surroundings. 

    Heidi is so excited to wake up and get outside to take in her surroundings, that she notices the beauty of the day before addressing her grandfather. This does not show disrespect to him, it just shows how strongly she feels about the beauty of nature. 

  5. B. ="Good"&"Morning" would work. All you have to do is put quotation marks and an & between each word you wish to join. If you were joining two specific cells you'd typically use =A1&B1 (with the A1 and B1 being your cell names) though for no space and =A1&" "&B1 to include a space. 

    You could also use the cocatanate method to join specific cells together like so: =CONCATENATE(A1, B1) or =CONCATENATE(A1, " ", B1) to include a space.

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