anonymous
  • anonymous
Which part of a story's plot occurs immediately before the climax? exposition rising action falling action resolution
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anonymous
  • anonymous
well its not C or D because those happen after the climax
anonymous
  • anonymous
@dopedines i know that the exposition is the beginning of the story ...
anonymous
  • anonymous
so its not A,C,orD

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anonymous
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@dopedines
anonymous
  • anonymous
well this passage appeals to your emotion

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