anonymous
  • anonymous
Which type of statement should an author use if he or she wants the audience to discover details about the setting on their own rather than seeing a direct description? Imputed Exposed Implicit Explicit
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anonymous
  • anonymous
@Frizz
Frizz
  • Frizz
Alright, which ones do you think it may be?
anonymous
  • anonymous
A or B?

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Frizz
  • Frizz
Sadly, it is neither. The first one we did together, it was the opposite one. (Implicit)
anonymous
  • anonymous
So, is it Implicit or Explicit? I think its Implicit.
Frizz
  • Frizz
I think you're right! lol.

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