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When a paragraph is​ unified, A. all sentences support the main idea. B. two or more main ideas work together as one. C. all sentences have something to do with the topic of the paragraph. D. two or more sentences use unifying​ techniques, such as synonyms or transitions.

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  1. anonymous
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    A unified paragraph is where every sentence in the paragraph support the topic sentence, and the topic sentence only. The unified paragraph has a clear, single focus on the topic and there are no stray or unrelated content strewn around. I think the answer is most likely A

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