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A topic sentence must be a/an: A. topic. B. idea. C. complete sentence. D. paragraph.
Topic sentence: A sentence that expresses the main idea of the paragraph in which it occurs.
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User: After the topic sentence, the rest of the paragraph is called the: A. main idea. B. body. C. dropped idea. D. outline.

User: A topic sentence must be a/an: A. topic. B. idea. C. complete sentence. D. paragraph.

Weegy: Topic sentence: A sentence that expresses the main idea of the paragraph in which it occurs.
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User: (A)(B)(C)(D) give me right answer

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User: A topic sentence must be a/an: A. topic. B. idea. C. complete sentence. D. paragraph.

Weegy: Topic sentence: A sentence that expresses the main idea of the paragraph in which it occurs.
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User: Rethinking and rewriting your first draft and then making whatever changes, additions, or corrections are necessary to improve the paragraph is called: A. reiterating. B. responding. C. revising. D. revamping.

Weegy: Rethinking and rewriting your first draft and then making whatever changes, additions, or corrections are necessary to improve the paragraph is called: C. revising. [ ]
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