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SUBJECT AREA Other
DOCUMENT TYPE Essay
CREATED ON 25th June 2019
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Managing conflicts in relationships

theessay has to be about a topic in general or a personal topic about the relationship, example with my family. It has to be of two pages, with introduction, three bodies of paragraph and the conclusion. in the introduction have to have thesis statement. In each body you must write transicion worlds like "first"
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