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Consider the audience in the following scenarios: o A storybook written for an elementary student. o An essay you wrote in high school. o A newspaper story written about a current event. o A journal article, such as one you might have read in SCI/162. How do these messages differ? What is the purpose of each of these messages? Why would it be important to consider your audience in each situation? How does this apply to your academic writing?
Weegy: You have to consider your audience in everything that you write. You can't put larger words in something for younger kids. If they dont understand what your saying then they will quickly lose interest. (More)
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How does sleep effect your health?
Weegy: Women are susceptible to weight-gain if they sleep poorly—not men. Poor sleep may increase your risk of type 2 diabetes. Sleeping too little – or too much – will pack on belly fat. Poor sleep may hamper your exercise routine. [ Too little sleep may trigger depression. Troubled sleeping boosts nighttime blood pressure. What new moms think about their sleep habits could sway mood. ] (More)
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What do you think of children's books like Where the Wild Things Are?
Weegy: Where the Wild Things Are is an excellent book. What makes it such an extraordinary book is the creative imagination of both Maurice Sendak the writer and Maurice Sendak the artist. [ (To learn more about him, see my article The Artistry and Influence of Maurice Sendak) .The text and the artwork complement one another, moving the story along seamlessly. The transformation of Max's bedroom into a forest is a visual delight. Sendak's ... (More)
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What do you think would be the reaction of a reader if the topic sentences in an essay did not align with the supporting points?
Weegy: The readers would be disappointed. They would think the writer did not know what they were writing about. [ They would think that the essay was not worth their time to read and quit. ] (More)
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What is subjects User: What does subject mean in educational terms
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Subjects- The part of a sentence or clause that commonly indicates (a) what it is about, or (b) who or what performs the action (that is, the agent).

The subject is typically a noun, noun phrase, or pronoun. In a declarative sentence, the subject usually appears before the verb ("Gus never smiles"). In an interrogative sentence, the subject usually follows the first part of a verb ("Does Gus ever smile ").

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