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Examples of Implied Main Idea?

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The main idea of a paragraph is the point of the passage without all the details. It is the summary. An implied main idea is not directly stated but is inferred and the person reading has to figure out what it is. As a person reads, they find the common bond and this is the implied main idea. How to find examples of an implied main idea happen when reading and asking what the author implies. The reader asks themselves what the common bond is in the paragraph.
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