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"Don't always follow the crowd, because nobody goes there anymore."
In this interpreting a quote worksheet, students read Yogi Berra's quote, "Don't always follow the crowd, because nobody goes there anymore," write their interpretation, and tell how it applies in their lives. Students write two essay answers.
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