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    You always start with a point for example: the character did not seem happy with the decision then you back this up with quotes from the texts and then elaborate on what that means and how it effects the readets

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    You always start with a point for example: the character did not seem happy with the decision then you back this up with quotes from the texts and then elaborate on what that means and how it effects the readets

    Hope this helps
    not really i was looking for examples of how to start the explain sentences, i know how to do a pee but looking for alternative sentence starters
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