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What is the purpose of having headings in position papers? A. The headings are written chronologically to tell a story. B. The headings support the points made in the thesis statement. C. The
headings ask important questions about the author's position. D. The headings are written so that the reader knows to read from top to bottom.
D. The headings are written so that the reader knows to read from top to bottom
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User: What is the purpose of having headings in position papers? A. The headings are written chronologically to tell a story. B. The headings support the points made in the thesis statement. C. The headings ask important questions about the author's position. D. The headings are written so that the reader knows to read from top to bottom.

Weegy: D. The headings are written so that the reader knows to read from top to bottom
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User: What is a position paper? A. a report that explains, justifies, or recommends a particular position B. an essay that instructs an audience on how to develop a position on an issue C. an narrative text that demonstrates a character's position on a subject D. a descriptive passage with emphasis on how emotions effect a position

Weegy: B. an essay that instructs an audience on how to develop a position on an issue
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User: What is the BEST contrast between the Globe and Moscow Art Theatres? A. The Globe Theatre and the Moscow Art Theatre made significant contributions to the evolution of drama. B. The Globe Theatre is located in Russia, while the Moscow Art Theatre is located in England. C. The Globe Theatre relied on melodramatic acting and elaborate costumes, while the Moscow Art Theatre focused on realistic dramatic presentations. D. Productions at the Globe and Moscow Art Theatres were popular and well attended.

Weegy: C. The Globe Theatre relied on melodramatic acting and elaborate costumes, while the Moscow Art Theatre focused on realistic dramatic presentations
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User: The Globe opened in 1599 and was jointly owned by the Burbage family as well as many actors including Shakespeare himself. Burbage essentially built the Globe for Lord Chamberlain's Men and the majority of plays performed there were written by Shakespeare. Under what heading would a reader find this text? A. History of the Globe Theatre B. Structure of the Globe Theatre C. Lord Chamberlain's Men D. Productions at the Globe Theatre

Weegy: Your answer would be A. History of the Globe Theatre.
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User: The _____ is near the front of a book and tells the reader _____ A. index, the page number where specific information can be located. B. publishing page, a synopsis of information covered in the text. C. table of contents, how the book is organized. D. afterword, extra thoughts the writer has had after completing the text.

Weegy: C. table of contents, how the book is organized.
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User: What is the BEST comparison between the Globe and Moscow Art Theatres? A. The Globe Theatre and the Moscow Art Theatre both had significant impact on historical developments in drama. B. The Globe Theatre was closed after Puritan protest, while the Moscow Art Theatre still operates. C. Globe Theatre actors rarely rehearsed, while Moscow Art Theatre actors rehearsed for weeks. D. Globe actors worked solely for the pursuit of art, while Moscow Art Theatre actors share profits.

Weegy: C. Globe Theatre actors rarely rehearsed, while Moscow Art Theatre actors rehearsed for weeks.
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User: A reader who wants to determine whether a book contains specific information would look in the A. table of contents. B. index. C. publishing information. D. synopsis.

Weegy: A reader who wants to determine whether a book contains specific information would look in the B. INDEX.
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