Maddy95
  • Maddy95
The ______ is the way an author relates to the audience.        tone        audience        purpose        point of view
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chestercat
  • chestercat
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mattyboyy
  • mattyboyy
Purpose I believe? No explanation, it just sounds right
Maddy95
  • Maddy95
@mattyboyy i tried that but its wrong.
mattyboyy
  • mattyboyy
Has to be point of view then cause tone is wrong and audience seems repetitive

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mattyboyy
  • mattyboyy
Is this Platoweb by any chance?
Maddy95
  • Maddy95
1. When the audience of a piece is general:        it is meant for anyone.        it is meant for a certain group of people.        it is meant for a certain type of person.        it is meant to change a person's mind.
mattyboyy
  • mattyboyy
The first one is the right answer
mattyboyy
  • mattyboyy
General doesn't appeal to a certain demographic it appeals to anyone
nailpolisheverywhere
  • nailpolisheverywhere
its tone
nailpolisheverywhere
  • nailpolisheverywhere
and thhe second question is for everyone

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