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Q: Select the correctly punctuated sentence. There is nothing to worry about he assured me Forget it "There is nothing to worry about," he assured me. "Forget it." There is nothing to worry about, he
assured me, "forget it."
A: "There is nothing to worry about," he assured me. "Forget it."
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User: Setting should always be given a lot of detail and attention in a story. True False

User: Setting should always be given a lot of detail and attention in a story. True or False

User: Select the correctly punctuated sentence. There is nothing to worry about he assured me Forget it "There is nothing to worry about," he assured me. "Forget it." There is nothing to worry about, he assured me, "forget it."

Weegy: "There is nothing to worry about," he assured me. "Forget it."
Greenpepper|Points 2911|

User: The main idea or moral principle that forms the basis for a story is its _________. plot theme denouement climax

Weegy: b.)theme
beboythewizkid|Points 2048|

User: Select the correctly punctuated sentence. He told me not to worry. He told me, "Don't worry." both

Weegy: both
Greenpepper|Points 2911|

User: An example of a frame story is "The Necklace." True False

Weegy: False
Greenpepper|Points 2911|

User: Select the correctly punctuated sentence. Will we ever get there? Sandy asked fretfully. "Will we ever get there?" Sandy asked fretfully. Will we ever get there, Sandy asked fretfully. "Will we ever get there," Sandy asked fretfully.

Weegy: "Will we ever get there?" Sandy asked fretfully.
ambrosio_09|Points 1040|

User: What figure of speech is used in the expression "happy as a lark"? simile metaphor personification

Weegy: Simile- The use of "as" in the phrase "happy as a lark" incorporates the use of a simile. In addition, lark is typically used as a symbol for hope, happiness and good fortune.
Greenpepper|Points 2911|

User: A good critic can manage to not be affected by his own bias and experience. True False

User: If a story is told by a character in the story, from which point of view is it written? first person second person third person

User: Check three things that are not part of writing a literary critique for a short story. summarize the plot briefly briefly give author's background develop strengths of minor characters give strengths and weaknesses point out examples of style give detailed plot summary identify characters make the conflict clear keep objective and opinion free recommend to certain type of reader

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