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What is the final step in the writing process? A. drafting B. revising C. editing D. publishing
D. publishing. Publishing is when you put your paper in final copy form for others to read.
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User: What is the final step in the writing process? A. drafting B. revising C. editing D. publishing



Weegy: D. publishing. Publishing is when you put your paper in final copy form for others to read.
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User: What is important about the topic sentence of each paragraph in an analytical essay? A. It should be interesting to read. B. It should support the analysis in the thesis. C. It should include complex structures. D. It should incorporate evidence from the text.

Weegy: B. It should support the analysis in the thesis.
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When an author refers to a famous work of art, literature, or music the literary device is known as an allusion.
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