Read the paragraph.
(1) your dog can’t talk, but you can read its body language to tell whether it is angry or happy. (2) a happy dog looks very different. (3) an angry dog may have its tail raised. (4) its ears may be pointed up and tilted forward. (5) a happy dog’s ears will be up but will appear relaxed rather than at attention. (6) a wagging tail is another common sign of a happy, friendly dog. (7) these simple signs will you gauge a dog’s mood without it saying a word.
to improve the coherence of this paragraph, sentence 2 should be moved after
Sentence 5 begins provides a shift into happy dogs. Before that sentence, angry dogs are being described, thus sentence 2 should go between the shifting topics.
is it rising action, falling action, climax, or resolution? need answer also
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answer: c.) his bad side.
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(1) your dog can’t talk, but you can read its body language to tell...