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swali 1: The Teacher and her Stalker.

Detective Drosnin stopped kwa Ms. Gray's house to inform her that the creep who had been stalking her years zamani had just escaped from prison. She seemed to take the news fairly well, and was very polite, though she didn't invite him in.

"You know how demented he is, I'm worried that he'll come after you. Who knows what he might try!" Detective Drosnin said.

"Oh, I'm sure I have nothing to worry about," she replied. But she did sound pretty nervous.

"Would wewe like me to assign a security detail to you?" he asked.

"Oh, no. I'm a teacher for heaven's sake! Having bodyguards following me around would just scare the students at my school."

"Well, please give me a call au send me an barua pepe if wewe see anything suspicious at all. In fact, send me an barua pepe later no matter what, just to let me know that you're alright."

"I will definitely do that!" Ms. Gray replied.

Detective Drosnin got in his car and started back to the station, but after only a few dakika his phone buzzed to inform him that he had an barua pepe from Ms. Gray. It read:

This morning I tried a fun new seating style for the kids during the morning assembly. I helped arrange them into rows of twenty one. The kids didn't care, but I really loved it. I liked the sekunde column the best.

"Why on earth would I care!?" he thought to himself. But then he remembered her passion for codes and realized she may be trying to tell him something. He took a closer look at her email, and couldn't believe what he found!

Can wewe tell what she was trying to say?

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JakeF22 said:
Divide Ms. Gray's barua pepe into sections of 21 letters each, not counting spaces. (the last section will not quite be 21 letters)
If wewe take the 2nd letter from each section and put them all together, it says "he is here". She's trying to say that the escaped stalker is in her house. This is also sort of aliyopewa away kwa the fact that she didn't invite the detective in, and that she seemed very calm and polite when she heard the news.
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