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Which of the following statements is true regarding paragraphs? A. a paragraph with two main topics is called a complex paragraph. B. the topic of a paragraph is always placed in the first sentence. C. the topic sentence should not be placed in the middle of a paragraph D a paragraph should have one main topic
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