Where is the topic sentence in this paragraph?
18. All over town one can see crowds of men, women,
and children who seem to move together like a herd of sheep. They huddle
together or they rush across the street in a mob, or they gather in a
group, shouting and jabbering. These are the new arrivals in the city. They
have come to Calcutta because of famine, flood, drought, or other causes.
They are homeless and hopeless when they reach the city. They get along in
Calcutta as people have always managed in a new place.
- First sentence
- Last sentence
- First and last sentence
- In the middle
- No topic sentence. Topic is implied.
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