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!!!! will fan and give medals !!! Which corrects any error in the use of apostrophes in the sentence? The contestants' entry deadline for the men's swim trials is Tuesday. A.mens' B.There is no error in this sentence. C.contestant's D.trials'
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anonymous
  • anonymous
c, i think
anonymous
  • anonymous
it refers to a single entry to a whole group
anonymous
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can you help me with a few more? /:

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ill try:)
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Which corrects any error in the use of apostrophes in the sentence? Oh, no, there's a month's worth of photographs in my digital camera! A. theirs B. photographs' C. There is no error in this sentence. D. months
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D
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oh. i thought it was C. thanks!
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np but I'm only guessing. Be cautious
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Which corrects any error in the use of apostrophes in the sentence? Sometimes, its good for your family to get away for a weekend in the mountains. A. There is no error in this sentence. B. you're C. sometimes' D. it's
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it and is : D.)
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this subject has 25 questions :(
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Which corrects any error in the use of apostrophes in the sentence? We have different colored T-shirts for the two teams; ours are the green ones and their's are red. A. ones' B. ours' C. There is no error in this sentence. D. theirs
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D
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nuhh
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i do k12.
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oh okay, so next question?
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Which corrects any error in the use of apostrophes in the sentence? They're are many ways to solve these mathematical word problems. A. There B. problems' C. There is no error in this sentence. D. way's
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A
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btw you can leave whenever you want
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okay :) but if you need help, Ill help you
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Which corrects any error in the use of apostrophes in the sentence? Whose that boy standing next to the table with Donna's pies on it. A. pies' B. Donnas' C. There is no error in this sentence. D. Who's
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D
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Which word or words and punctuation best corrects any errors in the sentence? Don't touch the mold it is still hot! A. mold, B. mold- C. mold; it D. mold, and
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A
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Which word or words and punctuation best corrects any errors in the sentence? The poem was simple and had only a few rhymed lines, an image, and a catchy title but a great deal of thought had gone into it. A. simple; B. title, but C. There is no error in this sentence. D. title; but
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B or C
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Which word or words and punctuation best corrects any errors in the sentence? We have relatives in Tucson Arizona Portland Maine and Minneapolis Minnesota. A. Tucson, Arizona; Portland, Maine; and Minneapolis, Minnesota B. in: Tucson, Arizona, Portland, Maine; and Minneapolis, Minnesota C. Tucson, Arizona; Portland, Maine; and Minneapolis Minnesota D. in- Tucson; Arizona, Portland; Maine, and Minneapolis; Minnesota
anonymous
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i think D
anonymous
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I think you might be right :)
anonymous
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d or a
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Which word or words and punctuation best corrects any errors in the sentence? I couldn't believe it; she began at Psalm 22:1 and recited straight to the end by heart. A. it: B. Psalm 22 1: C. it, D. There is no error in this sentence
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d?
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i think
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Which word or words and punctuation best corrects any errors in the sentence? After you finish with that, you should: wash the dishes, mop the floor, and put a load of laundry in the washing machine. A.should wash B.is no error in this sentence. <<<<< my answer C.wash the dishes; mop the floor; D.should, wash
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a
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but they are listing something so before listing shouldn't you have ':'
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Which word or words and punctuation best corrects any errors in the sentence? Our French teacher speaks several other languages for instance, Spanish, Italian, and Portuguese. A. speaks— B. languages— C. instance— D. teacher—
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