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The way in which a piece of writing moves to create suspense, excitement or other emotions is called A. chronology. B. pacing. C. flashback. D. foreshadowing
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User: The way in which a piece of writing moves to create suspense, excitement or other emotions is called A. chronology. B. pacing. C. flashback. D. foreshadowing

Weegy: The way in which a piece of writing moves to create suspense, excitement or other emotions is called pacing.
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User: What phrase would you choose if you were contrasting two things or ideas? A. as a result B. leads to C. on the other hand D. in the meantime

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You would choose the phrase "on the other hand" if you were contrasting two things or ideas.
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Which of the following does an oral response to literature always give the writer that an oral book summary may not? A. an opportunity to conduct a comprehensive literature analysis B. an opportunity to write about your favorite author C. an opportunity to chronicle multiple genres of literature D. an opportunity to research the empirical data used in the literature
Weegy: C. an opportunity to chronicle multiple genres of literature. User: To insure that the audience can follow the analysis in your oral response to literature the information must A. use detailed note cards that can be read. B. be less than fifteen minutes long. C. be distributed to the audience in outline format. D. be coherent and organized. (More)
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To ensure that the audience can follow the analysis in your oral response to literature the information must: be coherent and organized.

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