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An idea that's intended to make the reader take notice and want to read on is called a A. presentation. B. point of view. C. hook. D. summary.
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User: An idea that's intended to make the reader take notice and want to read on is called a A. presentation. B. point of view. C. hook. D. summary.

Weegy: An idea that's intended to make the reader take notice and want to read on is called a: HOOK.
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User: The most important difference between an outline and a finished piece of writing is the A. details. B. point of view. C. order of events. D. grammatical structure.

Weegy: The most important difference between an outline and finished writing is the grammatical structure.
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User: The best way to ensure parallel construction in your essay is to use similar A. topic headings in the outline. B. paragraph lengths. C. sentence structure throughout the essay. D. details in each paragraph.

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The best way to ensure parallel construction in your essay is to use a similar sentence structure throughout the essay.
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An essay about the differences between tomatoes and corn contains in its body the main ideas listed below. How are these ideas arranged? I. Part of the plant (fruit and seed) II. Type of plant (vine and stalk) III. Edible characteristics (watery and starchy) A. Order of comparison and contrast. B. Spatial order. C. Chronological order. D. Order of importance.
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An essay about the differences between tomatoes and corn contains in its body the main ideas listed below. I. Part of the plant (fruit and seed) II. Type of plant (vine and stalk) III. Edible characteristics (watery and starchy). These ideas are arranged in: Order of comparison and contrast.

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