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Flashbacks provide plot information that A) cannot be provided during the present time in the story. B) only happens in historical fiction. C) is based on foreshadowing. D) is relevant only at the end of the story.
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User: Flashbacks provide plot information that A) cannot be provided during the present time in the story. B) only happens in historical fiction. C) is based on foreshadowing. D) is relevant only at the end of the story.

Weegy: Flashbacks provide plot information that cannot be provided during the present time in the story.
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User: Subtle hints that can take the form of an object, statement, or a minor event. A) Predictions B) Flashbacks C) Foreshadowing D) Dialogue

Weegy: Foreshadowing is a subtle hint that can take the form of an object, statement, or a minor event.
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