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Jessica H.
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Writing
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Question:

How can I strengthen my body paragraphs?

Jessica H.
Answer:

First, you should make sure that you have a specific topic sentence at the start of your paragraph. Then, give a detailed example of the idea that is mentioned in your topic sentence. Finally, you should add analysis (or an opinion/commentary) to connect your example back to your topic sentence.

Literature
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Question:

What is denouement?

Jessica H.
Answer:

The denouement is a literary term that describes how the plot starts to settle after the climax. Another term for denouement is "falling action," which implies that the plot, at this point, has a reduction in the amount of action compared to the part of the plot before the climax. Generally this is where love interests are solidified or revealed or where forgiveness between characters occurs.

English
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Question:

What is a dependent clause?

Jessica H.
Answer:

A dependent clause is a type of group of words that can be used to demonstrate your command of the English language. The dependent clause is an incomplete thought and therefore cannot stand by itself; it must be attached to an independent clause to form a complete sentence. A dependent clause starts with a subordinate conjunction and also contains a subject and a verb. Example: While I slept

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