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The first step in finding resources is to identify whether the type of text you are reading is expository or narrative. Which statement is NOT true? A).A. Text that is organized around a controlling idea is expository text... B). Narrative text is a description organized around the experience of an individual or a few characters... C). Narrative text is commonly found in the form of drama, poetry, and prose, and is only fictional... D). Expository text usually contains facts or opinions

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This is math. I would try to post this question in writing. You could get reported for posting the wrong question in the wrong subject, trust me i know! :)
okay thanks alot!!.. im new..
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