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Which technique does the author use to help readers understand the meaning of the underlined phrase? A. Synonym B. Parenthetical explanation C. Example D. Antonym
Droughts in the Southwest and heat waves (periods of abnormally hot weather lasting days to weeks) everywhere are projected to become more intense. The author used parenthetical explanation to help readers understand the meaning of the underlined phrase
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Droughts in the Southwest and heat waves (periods of abnormally hot weather lasting days to weeks) everywhere are projected to become more intense. The author used parenthetical explanation to help readers understand the meaning of the underlined phrase
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