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Newspaper articles that present a particular viewpoint or support a certain opinion are called ______. editorials expositions features
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User: Newspaper articles that present a particular viewpoint or support a certain opinion are called ______. editorials expositions features

Weegy: editorials are newspaper articles that present a particular viewpoint or support a certain opinon.
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User: Personification gives abstractrealdescriptivehuman qualities to inanimate objects or ideas.

Weegy: Personification gives abstractrealdescriptivehuman qualities to inanimate objects or ideas. - true
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Personification gives human qualities to inanimate objects or ideas.
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