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Circle the main idea and underline the controlling idea in each of the following topic sentences. 1. Exercising three times a week is the only way to maintain good physical health. 2. Sexism and racism are still rampant in today’s workplace. 3. Raising the legal driving age to twenty-one would decrease road traffic accidents. 4. Owning a business is the only way to achieve financial success. 5. Dog owners should be prohibited from taking their pets on public beaches.

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  2. Circle the main idea and underline the controlling idea in each of the following topic sentences. 1. Exercising three times a week is the only way to maintain good physical health. 2. Sexism and racism are still rampant in today’s workplace. 3. Raising the legal driving age to twenty-one would decrease road traffic accidents. 4. Owning a business is the only way to achieve financial success. 5. Dog owners should be prohibited from taking their pets on public beaches

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  3. 1. Main idea- exercising
    Controlling idea- good health
    2. Main idea- sexism and racism
    Controlling idea- workplace
    3. Main idea- driving age
    Controlling idea- traffic accidents
    4. Main idea- business
    Controlling idea- financial success
    5. Main idea- dog owners
    Controlling idea- public beaches

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