bakonloverk
  • bakonloverk
is this written correctly? “Luke, don’t move. I think your leg is broken.” There was panic in my moms’ voice. “Brandon, go get in the car now!”
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  • jamiebookeater
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anonymous
  • anonymous
yeah other than the possessive form of mom. It should be mom's not moms'.
bakonloverk
  • bakonloverk
ok thank u my computers saying tht “Brandon, go get in the car now!” isnt a complete sentence
anonymous
  • anonymous
Yeah it is, because it expresses a complete thought and has a subject and a verb. It is a imperative sentence with the understood you as a noun and the verb is "go get" "in the car" is prepositional phrase modifying the verb and "now" is a adverb modifying the prepositional phrase.

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bakonloverk
  • bakonloverk
ok thank u
anonymous
  • anonymous
yeah not a problem.

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