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A struggle or clash that drives the plot is known as — a. theme c. conflict b. point of view d. characterization
A struggle or clash that drives the plot is known as: CONFLICT.
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A struggle or clash that drives the plot is known as: CONFLICT.
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North America is a proper noun.
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The following is not a proper noun: street.
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Etymology refers to a word’s — a. spelling c. sound b. meaning d. origin
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Etymology refers to a word’s — origin.
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