anonymous
  • anonymous
Read the following sentence: Tran, with her favorite dogs, (attend, attends) the weekly sessions at Southside Musician Group because she loves (its, their) policy of including beginners. Which words correctly complete the sentence? a. attends, their b. attend, their c. attend, its d. attends, its I know the first is attends, but i think the second is their... am i right?
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schrodinger
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anonymous
  • anonymous
A
anonymous
  • anonymous
oh so i was right thanks: also this i thnk it d is that right: Read the following sentence: The association sent (its, their) representative to discuss the club's falling membership with (its, their) leaders. Which words correctly complete the sentence? a. its, its b. its, their c. their, their d. their, its
anonymous
  • anonymous
It's C :)

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anonymous
  • anonymous
ok thanks, for the last one, can i ask why... I confused about tht
anonymous
  • anonymous
Remember, their= they own it, and it's=Belonging to or associated with a thing previously mentioned or easily identified: "turn the camera on its side". Lol it's hard to explain "it" so I used the dictionary
anonymous
  • anonymous
The association owns the representative
anonymous
  • anonymous
and yeah I can help you more
anonymous
  • anonymous
ok so its c thanks ill see if i need more help later ;)
anonymous
  • anonymous
With this one i have no idea, maybe a.... Read the sentences below. Edison's entrepreneurial spirit brought about a change in the American psyche. The beginning of a different attitude toward science. New inventions characterized the following decades. Which answer corrects the main problem with this group of sentences without introducing new errors? a. Edison's entrepreneurial spirit brought about a change in the American psyche: the beginning of a different attitude toward science. New inventions characterized the following decades. b. Edison's entrepreneurial spirit brought about a change in the American psyche. The beginning of a different attitude toward science, new inventions characterized the following decades. c. Edison's entrepreneurial spirit brought about a change in the American psyche. The beginning of a different attitude toward science; new inventions characterized the following decades. d. Edison's entrepreneurial spirit brought about a change in the American psyche. The beginning of a different attitude toward science; new inventions characterized the following decades.
anonymous
  • anonymous
I'm not sure. 0 -O Maybe it's D.
anonymous
  • anonymous
i just don get how the new inventions part has to do with the beginning of a differnet attitude toward science...
anonymous
  • anonymous
like why should it be in the same sentence..
anonymous
  • anonymous
and c and d are the same thing...
anonymous
  • anonymous
then maybe you should tell your teacher c and d are the same

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