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supporting details may refer to
secondary points which may help to clarify choices are :points or all information of a paragraph, another name of main idea or the topic sentence?
plz help me

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    Sonia, lilly, Stella, David, or whoever --

    Quit changing names. You aren't fooling anyone.

    Also -- you need to post what YOU THINK. Then we will be able to help you.

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