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Quoted from a passage in a comprehension:

When someone calls a person "a chameleon", he means that person is very good at disguising and quick with his actions.
There are about ninety kinds of chameleons and they vary in length from four to sixty centimetres.

Q1: Will you trust someone who is often called "a chameleon" by others? Why?

When a question contains the word "someone", how should I answer it?
Please correct if I am wrong, thanks teachers! ^o^

A1: No, because they are ( should I use "they are" or sth else?) very good at disguising and quick with his actions.

A2:No, I will not trust someone who is often called "a chameleon" by others because they are very good at disguising.

A3: No, I will not because a chameleon is very good at disguising, so maybe the one who is often called "a chameleon" will also disguise themselves and often tell lies. ( Please correct this answer if there's any mistakes, thanks)

Q2: How long can a chameleon be?

A1: It can be 4 to 60 cm long.
A2: It can be from 4 to 60 cm in length.
A3: It can be 60 cm long.

(Please correct me if any of the above answers are not correct, teachers! )

Thanks very much for advising, teachers! ^o^
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No, I will not trust them because they are ......

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Thank you, teacher whl626! BTW, could I ask you one more question?

In the following sentence which is an answer to the Q, "How long can a chameleon be?",
should I keep it or leave the word "from" out in it? Please advise, thanks again!

It can be (from ???) 4 to 60 cm long.
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It can be in the range of 4 to 60 cm long.

It can be 4 to 60 cm long. ( doesn't seem wrong anyway ), whereas using ' from ' makes it sound a little awkward.
Thank you for advising again! Well, since you helped by giving me advice on my problems, you are a teacher to me! I am simply being thankful with the enthusiasm and time you've put forward in helping me and all the others around. Hope you don't mind. ^o^ THanks
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