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A. An individual can learn using only his or her preferred learning style. B. It is easier for an individual to learn using his or her preferred learning style. C. Understanding your preferred learning style can increase your learning potential. D. An individual should study using techniques that utilize his or her preferred learning style.

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C. Understanding your preferred learning style can increase your learning potential.
This doesn't really pertain to OpenStudy itself, so I'm closing this question as off-topic. Please let me know if you have any questions.
as a matter of fact farmdawngnation it does a question is a question which is based on English literature i thought maybe a person with good vocabulary like you may know this. obviously i was wrong you don't even have a clue on what the answer may be. next time don't be closing other people's questions just for your convenience. thank you

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thank you anjali
Your most welcome @bbb911 ! But I believe you should not talk to @farmdawgnation like this. Infact his point is not wrong. If your question is based on english literature , then post it in the literature group. Also it has been mentioned in the COC , that questions relevant to the group , can be posted , else not. But yea anyways , nice question , and letme know if you need any help :-)

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