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Q: In developing a nonfiction composition, first organize a point-by-point ______. argument paragraph description outline
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User: In developing a nonfiction composition, first organize a point-by-point ______. argument paragraph description outline

Weegy: outline
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User: A type of figurative language using exaggeration is ______. simile metaphor hyperbole personification

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User: The illustrative pattern explains something through the use of example or definition. True False

User: Fiction is narrative prose whose purpose is to entertain. True False

Weegy: True.
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User: Only one method for organizing an outline is correct. True False

Weegy: True.An outline is only one possible tool for describing a work . Please rate the answer good if you are satisfied and help us grow. Thank you for the interest.
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User: Benjamin Franklin was one of many famous Americans who wrote essays in the form of______. letters diaries sermons histories

Weegy: Yes, that is true. Any other question?
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User: Benjamin Franklin was one of many famous Americans who wrote essays in the form of______.

Weegy: pamphlets.
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User: Personification gives abstract, real, descriptive, human qualities to inanimate objects or ideas.

Weegy: Personification gives human qualities to inanimate objects or ideas. Please rate good and have a nice day =)
Expert answered|Doki|Points 50|

User: Increased leisure time has helped popularize nonfiction as a source of information. True False



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