anonymous
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Choose the sentence that is punctuated correctly. (Points : 1) "It's a sunny day. Let's go for a picnic, she said. I'll make lunch." "It's a sunny day. Let's go for a picnic," she said. "I'll make lunch." "It's a sunny day." "Let's go for a picnic, she said. I'll make lunch." "It's a sunny day." "Let's go for a picnic," she said. "I'll make lunch."
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anonymous
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the second one
anonymous
  • anonymous
i have some more can u check my answers
anonymous
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how many do you have? I can only stay on this site for five more mins.

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Question 2.2. Choose the sentence that is punctuated correctly. (Points : 1) "The starter is fine." "Check the spark plugs," he ordered. "The starter is fine." "Check the spark plugs, he ordered." "The starter is fine. Check the spark plugs," he ordered. "The starter is fine. Check the spark plugs, he ordered." Question 3.3. Read the sentence, then choose the answer that shows how the sentence should be punctuated. Because of his broken leg, Mr. Vance said he needed some help in the afternoons. (Points : 1) Because of his broken leg, Mr. Vance said, "he needed some help in the afternoons." Because of his broken leg, Mr. Vance said, "He needed some help in the afternoons." Because of his broken leg, Mr. Vance said he, "needed some help in the afternoons." No changes in punctuation are necessary. Question 4.4. Read the sentence, then choose the answer that shows how the sentence should be punctuated. Grandpa says that the soup is ready. (Points : 1) Grandpa says, "that the soup is ready." Grandpa says that "the soup is ready." Grandpa says that, "The soup is ready." No changes in punctuation are necessary. Question 5.5. Read the sentence, then choose the answer that shows how the sentence should be punctuated. Why is the bathtub full of mud Mother shouted. (Points : 1) "Why is the bathtub full of mud," Mother shouted! "Why is the bathtub full of mud?" Mother shouted. "Why is the bathtub full of mud," Mother shouted? No changes in punctuation are necessary. Question 6.6. Choose the sentence that is punctuated correctly. (Points : 1) The guide said "Stay on the trail. the rocks are dangerous." The guide said, "stay on the trail. The rocks are dangerous." The guide said "stay on the trail. The rocks are dangerous." The guide said, "Stay on the trail. The rocks are dangerous." Question 7.7. Choose the sentence that is punctuated correctly. (Points : 1) "Life in a space station," he observed, "Is very different." "Life in a space station," he observed, "is very different." "Life in a space station," He observed, "Is very different." "life in a space station," he observed, "is very different." Question 8.8. Choose the sentence that is punctuated correctly. (Points : 1) Did he say, "The park is closed at six"? Did he say, "The park is closed at six?" Did he say "The park is closed at six"? Did he say "the park is closed at six?" Question 9.9. Choose the sentence that is punctuated correctly. (Points : 1) "Are you finished planning your experiment," he asked? "Are you finished planning your experiment" he asked? "Are you finished planning your experiment"? he asked. "Are you finished planning your experiment?" he asked. Question 10.10. Choose the sentence that is punctuated correctly. (Points : 1) "Look out! Get out of the way," he shouted! "Look out! Get out of the way" he shouted! "Look out! Get out of the way!" he shouted. "Look out! Get out of the way." he shouted!
anonymous
  • anonymous
2-3rd one 3-1st one 4-1st one 5-2nd one 6-4th one 7-2nd one 8-2nd one 9-4th one 10-3rd one
anonymous
  • anonymous
I can help, if you want me to.
anonymous
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I love these.
anonymous
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sure
anonymous
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Okay. Let me read them, and I'll help.
anonymous
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kk
anonymous
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2. b 3. d 4. d 5. b 6. d 7. b or a 8. b 9. d 10.c
anonymous
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2 is C
anonymous
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i think these are right look at WhoGirl01's responses too
anonymous
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3 is A
anonymous
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oh, nvm lol, I was looking at the ones already done XD
anonymous
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Sorry.
anonymous
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Liana979 is most likely right XD
anonymous
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7 is B
anonymous
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2. b 3. d 4. d 5. b 6. d 7. b 8. b 9. d 10.c
anonymous
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I've g2g bye! Good luck on your quiz or whatever you're taking! I hope those are right!
anonymous
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i got 7/10
anonymous
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Try those. If they're not right, I'll try again.
anonymous
  • anonymous
2,3,4 i think is wrong
anonymous
  • anonymous
nvm i got my own answers i did some combinations of 2-3-4 and i got 8/10 a 80%

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