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Which of the following is most closely related to diction? a writer’s word choice a writer’s attitude a writer’s sentence structure a writer’s level of formality
The following is most closely related to diction: a writer's word choice.
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The following is most closely related to diction: a writer's word choice.
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Which of the following is most closely related to diction?
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Miguel sat in amazement. It was his first time in a basketball arena. He could smell the recently polished wood and hear the squeak of the players’ sneakers on the floor. Imaginary - is the author using in the passage.
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