Literature 1010

Transitions function much like road signals.
A) True
B) False

this question does not make sense. when i look in my book ans online, i do not see anything referring to the Transitions function
can someone tell me what a transition function relating to Literature.

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  1. Here is a webpage on transitions, as used in writing:

    The same concept applies in a whole written work. If an author jumps from one topic (or scene) to another abruptly, the reader can feel lost for a while as he/she starts to read in the new section. But if the author provides a transition, even if it's just a sentence or two, then the reader will follow the author's thoughts better.

    Flashbacks in literature and film, for example, are usually hard to follow if there is not some kind of signal or transition to let the reader/viewer know that the time and place has changed.

    Let us know if you have more questions.

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  2. Thank you. I should of read it better.

    Our cats and dog (stay, stays) at a neighbor's house when we go on vacation

    theses always get me. both ways sound the same, and 5/10 times i get it wrong. i am not looking for answers, but who do i deceiver which way is correct.

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  3. The conjunction "and" will always make a plural subject. It's only with "or" or "nor" that you need to think about the subject that's nearest the verb.

    Since the subject is plural (at least 2 cats and 1 dog, right?), which verb will you use?

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  4. Writing is best done all at once, rather than a series of stages. t/f

    i believe it's false, since this destroys the writing process. i could be wrong :/

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  5. You're right. The last statement is false.

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