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Supporting sentences in an essay should A. generally be the last sentence in each paragraph. B. be supported by at least three pieces of evidence. C. provide information that supports the topic sentence. D. indicate to the reader that the essay is an informal essay.
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Supporting sentences in an essay should: provide information that supports the topic sentence.
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Supporting sentences in an essay should: provide information that supports the topic sentence.

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