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what do you need help with
one sec please ty
i have 2 correct a sentence
Nellie Bly was a famous Investigative Reporter whom exposes american slums sweatshops jails and insane asylums in the late 1800s
Well, there are several problems with that sentence. The first is that there is a tense disagreement. "was" and "exposes" are not compatible. You should correct those to match. Second, you should look at the pronoun "whom." In this case, the pronoun is referring to the subject, not the object. Therefore, "who" would be the correct usage. Third, countries when used as nouns or verbs are capitalized, "American" should be capitalized. Forth, there is no punctuation between the objects in the sentence. There should be commas separating each noun. Don't forget the "Oxford Comma" before the "and" before insane asylums. Lastly, "Investigative Reporter" is not a proper name and does not need to be capitalized; investigative reporter will do fine. The correct sentence written out should read: Nellie Bly was a famous investigative reporter who exposed American slums, sweatshops, jails, and insane asylums in the late 1800s.
okay thank you :)
You're very welcome.