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In searching out the key element as you read an essay,you,re most likely to discover the author's support of his claims or idea in the A:title B:introductory paragraph. C:body of the
essay.D:conclusion.
You'll find the author's support to his claims in C, the body of the essay. The author will also restate these claims in the conclusion, but for answering purposes, it's C.
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