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Why are some conflicts described as "external"? A. They are minor problems in a story. B. They pit a character against an outside force. C. They relate to events that happened in a character's
past. D. They refer to political struggles taking place in a character's world.
External conflict occurs when one faces someone else or some situation that is working against one's own desires or goals. Answer is B. They pit a character against an outside force.
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