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In literature, which of the following is related to style? A. what is said B. how things are said C. who says what D. where things are said

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    @reneesweet17

  2. brebre5564
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    i think its B because you can say things in a different style

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    @HelpMePlease1999

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    @CrazyRussian is it right or wrong?

  5. anonymous
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    That is correct because style it self means different ways you say things.

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    thanks

  7. anonymous
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    yes B sorry

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