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All of the following are guidelines for making your writing more engaging except A. use different ways to join ideas. B. use a mix of short and long sentences. C. avoid using commands,
questions, or exclamation. D. vary the beginnings of sentences.
Using several exclamation points in a single passage or more than one exclamation point to end a single sentence: is inappropriate in most formal writing situations and should be avoided. [ ]
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