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In your own words What would be the reaction of a reader if: a) the topic sentence in a paragraph did not coincide with the supporting points; and b) if a writer only included one supporting sentence after the topic sentence?
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User: In your own words What would be the reaction of a reader if: a) the topic sentence in a paragraph did not coincide with the supporting points; and b) if a writer only included one supporting sentence after the topic sentence?

Weegy: If the topic sentences in an essay did not coincide with the supporting points, a reader would be frustrated and disappointed and no longer trust the writer to provide the information he or she stated in the introduction.
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User: In your own words What would be the reaction of a reader if: if a writer only included one supporting sentence after the topic sentence?

Weegy: What is the topic of the paragraph?
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User: In your own words How can you ensure that you have fully developed your paragraph and satisfactorily supported your topic sentence?

Weegy: Typically the topic sentence comes in the first couple of sentences, and a clincher sentence ends the paragraph by giving emphasis to the topic sentence. They both relate to the topic and compliment each other.
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a) If the topic sentence in a paragraph did not coincide with the supporting points, the reader might feel confused or disoriented, as there is a lack of coherence and logical flow within the paragraph. b) If a writer only included one supporting sentence after the topic sentence, the reader might perceive the paragraph as underdeveloped or incomplete, potentially leading to a sense of dissatisfaction or frustration with the lack of detail or elaboration.

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To ensure full development and satisfactory support of a topic sentence, it's crucial to include relevant examples, explanations, evidence, and analysis that directly relate to and expand upon the main idea presented in the topic sentence.

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