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Which sentence is correctly punctuated? A. The books you will need include: Belle Prater's Boy and The Diary of Anne Frank. B. The college is offering: French, Japanese, and Russian language courses. C. You ought to interview these people: Mr. Ryan, Mrs. Komanowski, and Ms. Thayer. D. Jessie's favorite sports are: softball, volleyball, and field hockey.
Which sentence is correctly punctuated? A. Burt went to the movies with Jason, Alex, and Brandon. B. Over the summer, we vacationed with: the Parkers, the Donaldsons, and the Mulligans. C. Patty knitted scarves for: her grandmother, her aunt, and her sisters. D. In the garden, my mother is growing: peas, peppers, and potatoes.
What are you crazy kids doing?
i need help i need to finish school today and i need to hurry sorry but he can post direct answers for me i would mind but not right now :)
That's no excuse! That's illegal under the laws of Open Study!
will you help me then?
ok starting with the very first one
i think A
I would say that too except that there's no comma after the first item listed.
ok so not A what about C
Wait. We're talking about this one, right? Which sentence is correctly punctuated? A. The books you will need include: Belle Prater's Boy and The Diary of Anne Frank. B. The college is offering: French, Japanese, and Russian language courses. C. You ought to interview these people: Mr. Ryan, Mrs. Komanowski, and Ms. Thayer. D. Jessie's favorite sports are: softball, volleyball, and field hockey.
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Ok just making sure. So it's not C because the person uses "ought"
No problem, yo.
but B and D sound right to me..... :(
Aren't we looking for the correctly punctuated one?
So B and D should sound right, because it's one of them.
okay so i think the answer is D what do you think
Oh dear. I actually think it's B.
okay i'll go with B then okay next one what do you think?
You know, because all the languages are capitalized, and there are commas between each of them. Hmm...
lets just go to the next one it is ok
Lol OK. I believe this one's B as well for the same reasoning as the first one, plus the correct capitalization of the surnames.
thx that is what i thought too :) next one i will post
Which sentence is correctly punctuated? A. The train from Atlanta will arrive at 715 P.M. B. Their lunch break is at 11.45 A.M. C. The time in London is 10:15 P.M.
C. is right right?
ok next :) Which letter salutation is correctly punctuated? A. Dear Madam: B. To whom it may concern; C. Dear Publisher-- D. Dear Sir. this one is confusing me :P
I think B
that sounds best out of them all but they all sound wrong to me
I don't know much about letters, but it is to my understanding that people generally use either commas or colons.
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ok next thx helpblahblahblah
Which sentence is correctly punctuated? A. Fabric, a pattern, and a sewing machine are: what we need to sew a dress. B. We need these items to sew a dress fabric, a pattern, and a sewing machine. C. To sew a dress, we need: fabric, a pattern, and a sewing machine. D. We need the following items to sew a dress: fabric, a pattern, and a sewing machine.
A. wrong B.wrong C.maybe D. maybe?
D most likly
I would say D. C sounds correct, but D sounds...more correct, you know what I'm saying? Like there's no way English can fool me with one of their silly rules with D, like me shaking English's hand when deciding C, and then he shocks me with a button or something.
yeah i agree next one :)
Which word in the sentence, if any, should be followed by a colon? The nurse's recommendations for your cut are these rinse with soap and water, dry with a paper towel, and apply a bandage. A. these B. recommendations C. water D. There is no error in colon usage.
A i think
THere should be a colon after These
okay next thx by the way :)
Which word in the sentence, if any, should be followed by a colon? We tried to find copies of the book at the library, at a used book store, and even through an online reseller. A. to B. There is no error in colon usage. C. copies D. at
Do u still need help
the question above :)
In think B
I don't think it needs any commas.
okay thx next one :P
Which word in the sentence, if any, should be followed by a colon? That house is painted in many colors forest green, pumpkin orange, and dark brown. A. painted B. colors C. in D. There is no error in colon usage.
The colon is after Colors
yeah last one
Which word in the sentence, if any, should be followed by a colon? Countries in Africa include Liberia, Nigeria, Zimbabwe, Chad, and Ethiopia. A. include B. Africa C. There is no error in colon usage. D. in
okay i have more but i will put in different post :) would you guess like me to tag you i will need the help :)
i did not pass :'()
Oh dear. What happened?
She didn't pass
well i got munber 1. 2. 4. and 10. wrong i could only get 2 wrong to pass :(
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oh well thx guess i will post more questions but not right now i'll tag you then :)