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When an ending to a story is unclear or uncertain, it's? A. ambiguous. B. ambivalent. C. realistic. D. resolved.
When an ending to a story is unclear or uncertain, it's: ambiguous.
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When an ending to a story is unclear or uncertain, it's: ambiguous.

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When an ending to a story is unclear or uncertain, it's ambiguous.
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