6th grade ELA

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An implied main idea is _______________ in a paragraph.You have to ask yourself:What do all the supporting details add up to?

Can someone please help me with this fill in the blank question???

  • 6th grade ELA -

    You have been "helped" more than once. Now it's your turn. What do YOU THINK?

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    um...the topic of a sentence???

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    I have no idea.

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    ... of a sentence??

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    i guess so

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    I really don't know :(

  • 6th grade ELA -

    If all else fails, study your book and class notes. :-)

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