Where is the topic sentence in this paragraph?
39. Don't read everything at the same quick speed. You cannot
speed-read through a Shakespearian play or through poetry. Difficult
material of a highly technical or philosophical nature should not be read
rapidly. Reading poetry quickly is like gulping down fine wine. The words
should be formed on the tongue and savored carefully. You should listen to
the sounds of the words as you speak them out loud.
- First sentence
- Last sentence
- First and last sentence
- In the middle
- No topic sentence. Topic is implied.
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