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Nonfiction writing discusses that which is truthful and factual. True False
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User: Nonfiction writing discusses that which is truthful and factual. True False

Weegy: b. false
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User: Clarity, unity, and conciseness are the three general characteristics of propaganda. True False

Weegy: clarity



User: Figurative language is used chiefly in expository persuasion. True False

Weegy: c. supporting details



User: A simile is a kind of figurative language used in descriptive prose. True False

Weegy: True.
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User: Fiction is narrative prose whose purpose is to entertain. True False

Weegy: A) True
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User: Increased leisure time has helped popularize nonfiction as a source of information. True False

User: Early American essays were very different from their English counterparts. True False

Weegy: True
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User: The illustrative pattern explains something through the use of example or definition. True False

Weegy: exposition



User: Only one method for organizing an outline is correct. True False

Weegy: True
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User: Essays are always formal. True False

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

Weegy: It contains mainly opinion which are supported by facts.
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User: Magazines that reprint articles from many other sources are called ______. allegories anthologies unabridged

Weegy: anthologies
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User: Emerson and Thoreau were nineteenth-century ______. diarists novelists writers of expository prose

Weegy: writers of expository prose
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User: This French writer first used the term essai to describe his nonfiction writing. Bacon Thoreau Montaigne

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