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How does text organization help an author achieve the desired purpose? (1 point)

A.The text structure allows an author to avoid conveying a certain tone in the writing.

B.The text structure allows an author to have a specific point of view.

C.The text structure allows an author to present information in a way that supports an argument.

D.The text structure allows an author to explain information in a formal way.

2.What can you use to help make predictions about a work of fiction?(1 point)

random guessing

a description of a character's personality

fiction is usually unpredictable

facts about the author

3.Why do you circle questions in the W column of a KWLQ chart after you have finished reading?(1 point)

You answered them.

You did not learn the answer.

They were not important.

They were off-topic.

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  1. 1. C
    2. B
    3. A , but since I don't know what a "KWLQ chart" or "W" is, it might be B.

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  2. Ok so no answer

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