19. Which of the following statements about writing introductions and conclusions is true?
O A. If you have trouble beginning with the introduction, write the body paragraphs first.
O B. Always write the introduction first and the conclusion last.
O C. If you're writing a research paper, you don't need an introduction or a conclusion.
O D. Always write the body paragraphs and the conclusion before going back to write the introduction.
Always write the introduction first and the conclusion last.
the narrator closes the lantern tightly so the old man is
not awakened by the bright light
the pronoun reference replaces a noun, but you have to make sure there's no room for confusion.
in the first sentence "her" could be referring to shely or to the sister. the answer there is "shelly called her sister and told her about the new baby."
in the second sentence "it" could be referring to the roof or the floor. the answer there is "since the roof leaks on the family room floor, we need to repair the roof."