Averell listens intently to the discussion taking place regarding the positioning of the fingers, and what it all means in casting. He tries to take effective notes, but it seems Catrina speaks a bit too fast, and he consistently has to ask her to slow down so he can continue and finish with his note-taking. And when she mentions the bones in the arm, and then turning to the skeleton, he raises his hand to ask a question. And when he is given the attention, he asks.
"I'm sorry, and maybe I'm wrong about this, but aren't the bones in the arm part of the skeleton? If we are reviewing them, haven't we already turned our attention to the bones in the arm?"
He waits patiently for an answer, flipping to the appropriate page in his textbook so he can study the answer using both Catrina's words and the written text.