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Familiarity with material affects reading positively. true or false?
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User: Familiarity with material affects reading positively. true or false?

Weegy: True
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User: Taking lecture notes has very limited value. true or false?

Weegy: Taking lecture notes has very limited value is true .............
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User: Taking lecture notes has very limited value.

User: Pronouncing words orally as one reads does not slow the reading process. True or False?

Weegy: False: Pronouncing words orally as you read has been proven to slow the reading process. - -
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User: A person infers by suggesting something rather than stating it outright. True or False?

Weegy: a) True. Inferred meaning is one that is suggested rather than directly stated.
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User: Besides avoiding plagiarism, documentation provides a paper with

User: Being able to find necessary material is part of education. True or False?

User: All supporting sentences in a paragraph should refer to the topic sentence. True or False?

User: Advertisements are usually all fact. True or False?

User: implication

Weegy: yes what about implication?
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