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Identify the sentence that clearly states its meaning. a) Convinced that I was right, I made my argument short and sweet. b) Convinced that I was right, my short and sweet argument. c) My
short and sweet argument convinced that I was right. d) Short and sweet, convinced that I was right, was my argument
The sentence that clearly states its meaning is: a) Convinced that I was right, I made my argument short and sweet.
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User: Identify the sentence that clearly states its meaning. a) Convinced that I was right, I made my argument short and sweet. b) Convinced that I was right, my short and sweet argument. c) My short and sweet argument convinced that I was right. d) Short and sweet, convinced that I was right, was my argument

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The sentence that clearly states its meaning is:
a) Convinced that I was right, I made my argument short and sweet.
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