What Are the Three Main Parts of a River?

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The three main parts of a river are: low course, middle course and high course. The high course is the first part of the river and it is normally in the mountains. At the middle course, the slopes are usually smaller than the high course and the water flows more slowly. The low course is the final part where the river finishes its trip.
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