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An example signal statement is a. Keep in mind... c. Both of these b. I want you to understand... d. None of these
An example signal statement is a. Keep in mind. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Assertion_(software_development)?
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What is the difference between a narrator and an author? A. The author is the speaker, whereas the narrator is the writer. B. The author is the persona, whereas the narrator is the writer. C. The author is the writer, whereas the narrator is the storyteller. D. The author is the persona, where as the narrator is the storyteller.
Weegy: The difference between a narrator and an author is C. The author is the writer, whereas the narrator is the storyteller. The WRITER is the author of the story. The NARRATOR is the voice through which the story is told. [ This voice could be first person, meaning the one telling the story is using the word "I" and the reader sees things from the eyes of this "I" narrator. The voice or narrator could be a second person and uses the word "you" in telling the story. This is not very commonly used as it gets tiresome. The one speaking sounds like he/she is commanding the reader to do this, to hear that, to see this and that. The voice or narrator could be a third person, somebody who sees things from a distance. This third person could be limited or omniscient. Limited means he/she knows only the thoughts of one character or no character but only sees actions and hears sounds. The omniscient narrator sees all and knows all thoughts. ] (More)
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The complete process for learning through repetition is to read, write, say, rest and revisit the information. TRUE.

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Breaking down information for quick repetition and memorization means using a. Flashcards c. Visualization b. Categorization d. Keywords
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Breaking down information for quick repetition and memorization means using: CATEGORIZATION.
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