Ellen and her daughter use identical smartphones. They purchased them together; they are the same in every way. This means that Ellen’s phone can do everything that her daughter’s can. It can send and receive phone calls, text messages, and e-mails. It can take pictures and play music.
It has thousands of apps and can access the Internet. But nearly every day, Ellen’s daughter shows her yet another “thing” that her...
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