Why might a writer use freewriting?

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O A. To come up with new ideas
O B. To help organize a piece of writing
O c. To reflect on how a story should end
O D. To double-check a finished draft

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I believe the answer is A because free writing is kind of like a rough draft and many people get new ideas from that. hope this helps :)
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Matilde Hettinger
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answered 9 months ago
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Answer:

A. To come up with new ideas.

Explanation:

THis is because a writer may get something called writer's block. Freewriting can help overcome the obnoxious block. Doing so can help with creativity and rough drafting when trying to start a new book, or the next chapter. Hope this helped.

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