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Give two examples of each of the following elements of fiction and nonfiction from the texts you ve read in Units 1, 2, and 3. Characters: Plot: Conflict: Setting: Point of
View: Theme: Style: Tone: Perspective: Bias: Purpose:
These are all going to be based on what YOU read for class. I can't tell you any of these until I know what you read. All I can do is give you a definition of the word unless you give me more information. Please ask again with more details. Thanks!
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User: Give two examples of each of the following elements of fiction and nonfiction from the texts you ve read in Units 1, 2, and 3. Characters: Plot: Conflict: Setting: Point of View: Theme: Style: Tone: Perspective: Bias: Purpose:

Weegy: These are all going to be based on what YOU read for class. I can't tell you any of these until I know what you read. All I can do is give you a definition of the word unless you give me more information. Please ask again with more details. Thanks!
vanilla2bean|Points 670|

User: Give one example of each of the following elements of fiction and nonfiction from the texts you’ve read in Units 1, 2, and 3.

Weegy: These are all going to be based on what YOU read for class. I can't tell you any of these until I know what you read. All I can do is give you a definition of the word unless you give me more information. Please ask again with more details. Thanks!
vanilla2bean|Points 670|

User: Cite examples from the texts you’ve read in Units 1, 2, and 3 to briefly explain the answers to the Big Questions.

Weegy: The examples that you seek to cite, would require the text within the units. Please specify the text you want to draw examples from.
Expert answered|may100|Points 1282|

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