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When a writer focuses on providing a conclusion that gives the reader a sense of resolution and ties everything together, he/she is focusing on
good a. voice. c. organization. b. presentation. d. sentence fluency.
When a writer focuses on providing a conclusion that gives the reader a sense of resolution and ties everything together, he/she is focusing on good organization.
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