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Which statement tells where a paragraph break should be in this dialogue? "Hi Monica. How are you?" Ellen asked. "I'm doing well, thanks," Monica replied. "How are you feeling?" "I’m fine, and I'm glad you stopped by. I have something to show you," Ellen said. “I found these old photographs of us when we were little. Look at them. They’re just too precious.” A. No paragraph breaks are needed. B. Paragraph breaks should come after Ellen asked and "How are you feeling?" C. Paragraph breaks should come after Ellen asked and "How are you feeling?" and Elle

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    C. Paragraph breaks should come after Ellen asked and "How are you feeling?" and Ellen said. D. A paragraph break should come after Monica replied.

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    C.

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