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Why does the author of "Close Encounters of the Bear Kind" begin the article with the words "Beep…beep…beep…beep"? A. to demonstrate her expertise to readers B. to illustrate how dangerous bears can be C. to impress readers with her ability to capture sounds in writing D. to engage readers and capture their attention
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anonymous
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i think its D.
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Which is one clue that "Close Encounters of the Bear Kind" is a work of nonfiction? A. The article is just a few pages long. B. The article focuses on one person. C. The article cites a particular study done in Alaska. D. The article contains dialogue that is enclosed by quotation marks.
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C.
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In a work of nonfiction, what is an alphabetical listing of important words, phrases, and concepts and the page numbers on which they are mentioned called? A. the index B. the table of contents C. the thesaurus D. the glossary
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A.
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