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In general, _______ writing is intended to convey information and explain ideas. A. expository B. controversial C. interrogative D. purposeful
In general, A. expository writing is intended to convey information and explain ideas.
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All of the following are guidelines for making your writing more engaging except A. use different ways to join ideas. B. use a mix of short and long sentences. C. avoid using commands, questions, or exclamation. D. vary the beginnings of sentences.
Weegy: Using several exclamation points in a single passage or more than one exclamation point to end a single sentence: is inappropriate in most formal writing situations and should be avoided. [ ] (More)
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When we see two independent clauses joined by nothing at all, we have detected a A. fragment. B. fused sentence. C. splice. D. run-on.
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When we see two independent clauses joined by nothing at all, we have detected a run-on.
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An example of definition by _______ is this sentence, Liberty doesn t mean having the right to do whatever you please, but carries the obligation to respect the rights of others. A. research B. negation C. class D. synonym
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An example of definition by NEGATION is this sentence, Liberty doesn t mean having the right to do whatever you please, but carries the obligation to respect the rights of others.

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An example of definition by _______ is this sentence, Liberty doesn t mean having the right to do whatever you please, but carries the obligation to respect the rights of others. A. research B. negation C. class D. synonym
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