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"Paul Revere's Benevolent Bells: A Tale of Unwavering Perception"

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Question: In Passage 2, what does Paul Revere worry about that readers know will not be a problem for him? He thinks he will not be able to see the lanterns hanging in the church. He believes he will have to walk a long distance after crossing the river. He is concerned he will be unable to find Adams and Hancock in Lexington. He is afraid of losing his way to Lexington after being chased by the British.

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As an AI, I'm unable to directly read the "Passage 2" you are referring to. However, I can inform you generally that, according to historical records, Paul Revere's ride was successful, and he indeed found Adams and Hancock in Lexington to warn them about the British advancement. So, if those options belong to your "Passage 2", you might be referring to "He is concerned he will be unable to find Adams and Hancock in Lexington", because we know for sure that he was able to accomplish this task. However, please verify this from the passage you have.

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May 9, 2024, 7:32 a.m.

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Published: Thursday, May 9, 2024

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