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Which of the following statements is FALSE? A. Stock characters are often stereotypes. B. Archetypes can be good or bad. C. Every story has a protagonist. D. Archetypes play supporting roles and are
not central characters.
Archetypes play supporting roles and are not central characters is False.
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User: Which of the following statements is FALSE? A. Stock characters are often stereotypes. B. Archetypes can be good or bad. C. Every story has a protagonist. D. Archetypes play supporting roles and are not central characters.

Weegy: Archetypes play supporting roles and are not central characters is False.
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User: Sentences can be correctly punctuated in a variety of ways, depending on the emphasis that the author wants to give different pieces of information. Which of the following sentences has incorrect mid-sentence punctuation? A. The main purpose of parkour is to keep moving forward by combining various movements—such as the roll, cat leap, precision jump, kong vault, and speed vault—in a fluid fashion. B. The main purpose of parkour is to keep moving forward (by combining various movements such as the roll, cat leap, precision jump, kong vault, and speed vault) in a fluid fashion. C. The main purpose of parkour is to keep moving forward by combining various movements (such as the roll, cat leap, precision jump, kong vault, and speed vault) in a fluid fashion. D. The main purpose of parkour is to keep moving forward by combining various movements, (such as the roll, cat leap, precision jump, kong vault, and speed vault)—in a fluid fashion.

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