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Which of the following is not a synonym of the word beautiful? A. Gritty B. Attractive C. Stunning D. Gorgeous
Weegy: A. Gritty User: In the following sentence, identify the prepositional phrase, and tell whether it acts as an adjective or adverb. The children found the pictures in the book interesting. A. in the book; adjective B. found the pictures; adverb C. The children; adjective D. the pictures in; adjective (More)
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The usual point of view when writing a formal academic essay is A. subjective. B. second person. C. personal. D. third person.
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The usual point of view when writing a formal academic essay is third person.
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One of the benefits to highlighting key points is that A. it eliminates note taking. B. it sorts the good ideas from the bad ideas. C. it ensures active reading. D. you can skim, rather than read every word.
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6. The principles for supplying evidence in support of a thesis could be represented by an acronym: RSVSRA. According to the information in your text, the two "Rs" could stand for A. revealing and relevant. B. relevant and representative. C. representative and revealing. D. respectful and revealing.
Weegy: C. representative and revealing. User: As a general rule, where in your essay is it best to place your thesis statement? A. At the end of the essay, as part of the conclusion B. In the first, introductory paragraph of the essay C. Anywhere at all, because the best thesis statement is implied, not specified D. In the second or third paragraph of the body of the essay Weegy: In the first, introductory paragraph of the essay (More)
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