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What is the purpose of the introduction in an essay? A. To explain the main idea to the reader B. To focus on current statistics C. To highlight the most important concepts D. To establish the main idea of the essay
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User: What is the purpose of the introduction in an essay? A. To explain the main idea to the reader B. To focus on current statistics C. To highlight the most important concepts D. To establish the main idea of the essay

Weegy: To establish the main idea of the essay. - is the purpose of the introduction in an essay.
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User: "Regular aerobic exercise gives an individual more endurance" is a sentence that shows cause and effect. Which word indicates the cause? A. Exercise B. Individual C. Endurance D. Regular

Weegy: "Regular aerobic exercise gives an individual more endurance" is a sentence that shows cause and effect. The word "Exercise" indicates the cause.
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User: Supporting details can do all of the following except A. describe a person, place, or thing. B. explain how to make or do something. C. support a point of view or opinion. D. introduce the main idea.

Weegy: Supporting details can do everything except, introduce the main idea.
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User: Organizing sentences around a central idea creates a/an A. supporting detail. B. comparison. C. paragraph. D. introduction.

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