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In a standard dictionary where can you find the key to pronunciation marks a. In an appendix b. at the bottom of each page c.within the definitions D. in the front of the dictionary
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User: In a standard dictionary where can you find the key to pronunciation marks a. In an appendix b. at the bottom of each page c.within the definitions D. in the front of the dictionary

Weegy: In a standard dictionary, you can find the key to pronunciation marks within the definitions.
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In a standard dictionary, you can find the key to pronunciation marks in the front of the dictionary.
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New reporter for the community magazine, Amanda, was nervous about doing her first interview with the state Governor. She asked Cameron, a veteran reporter, for some advice. Cameron told Amanda the first
rule of an interview is to make the other person comfortable; the second role is to ask open questions - the kind that requires more than a yes or no answer. A key idea in this paragraph is: A young woman is seeking the help of someone more experienced.
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