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is answer (A) A group of related sentences that develops one main idea is a/an: A. letter. B. paragraph. C. coherence. D. topic sentence
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User: is answer (A) A group of related sentences that develops one main idea is a/an: A. letter. B. paragraph. C. coherence. D. topic sentence

Weegy: A group of related sentences that develops one main idea is a Paragraph.
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User: Most paragraphs contain one main idea to which all sentences relate. The __________ states this main idea. A. body of the paragraph B. brainstorm C. focused freewrite D. topic sentence

Weegy: Most paragraphs contain one main idea to which all sentences relate. The TOPIC SENTENCE states this main idea.

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