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  1. anonymous
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    Which of the following questions should you ask in order to understand an author's diction? What do these words have in common with each other? Is this structure generally allowed in standard grammar? How has the author tried to prove a point with this argument? Why did the author include these specific statistics and graph?

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    @Hero can you help

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    I think its either a or c

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    Take D out obviously, I was immediately leaning towards B, but Bunny's makes sense looking at it also.

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