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What does the phrase author's purpose describe?

A. a thesis statement that makes a claim

B. the reason an author writes a text

C. the evidence an author gives to support his or her claim

D. the way an author feels about the topic of the text

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    Q1:What does the phrase author's purpose describe?
    A1:the reason an author writes a text
    Q2:In an informational text, what is an author’s point of view?
    A2:the way an author feels about the topic of the text
    Q3:Why is it important to evaluate word choice when reading an informational text?
    A3:Words and phrases are carefully chosen to evoke a desired response in a reader.
    Q4:What is one thing a reader can do when assessing an article's credibility?
    A4:make sure that the author at least acknowledges other opinions on the issue
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