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1 Hurricanes and tornadoes are two of nature's destructive forces. 2 Hurricanes bring high winds, high seas, and vast amounts of rain. 3 High seas rip into the shore line and cause massive flooding, while strong winds and rains can destroy homes, pull down power lines, and uproot trees. 4 Tornadoes are no better. 5 They can destroy a home, as easily as we pick up a snail, with their powerful wind funnel. Which numbered sentence is the topic sentence? Select one of the options below as your answer:A. 1B. 2C. 3D. 4
Sentence 1, "Hurricanes and tornadoes are two of nature's destructive forces" is the topic sentence.
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