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Early American essays were very different from their English counterparts. True False
Yes Early American essays were different from their English counterparts because the language was totally different, (although both groups speak English) this is true.
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User: Early American essays were very different from their English counterparts. True False



Weegy: Yes Early American essays were different from their English counterparts because the language was totally different, (although both groups speak English) this is true.
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User: Only one method for organizing an outline is correct. True False

Weegy: False, there are several methods of organizing an outline.
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User: Essays are always formal. True False

Weegy: No, essays are not always formal. False.
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