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User: Carmen asserts that a strong conclusion to an essayshould look ahead and present a call for action.carl agrees,except he insists that a strong conclusion should restate the thesis verbatim.who
is correst.A:only carmen is correct B:only carl is correct C:neither carmen nor carl is correct D:both carmen and carl are correct?
D. both carmen and carl.
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one of the nine ways,of patterns,of developing an essay is A:process B:editing. C:elaboration D:disputation.?
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One of the nine ways, or patterns, of developing an essay is PROCESS.

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Karen asserts that the thesis statement is best developed after prewriting.Kyle claims that a thesis statement should be the first step of the prewriting process.who is correct? A:only Karen is correct B:only akyle is correct.C:both Karen and Kyle are correct. D:neither Karen nor Kyle is correct. please
Weegy: In my opinion, both Karen and Kyle are correct. A thesis statement is your main point for your entire essay, the reason you're writing it! It's usually a sentence or two long, and in the first paragraph of your essay. [ The reason they could both be correct is because if you'd like to explore more possibilities for your thesis statement, you could draw up an outline and do the prewriting. However, if you already know your thesis statement, it could very well be the first step you do in the writing process. ] (More)
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