anonymous
  • anonymous
Which sentences are written correctly? Some people use phones that are plugged into their walls, but most people carry cell phones. If you live by yourself, a cat was an excellent pet for you to own. Kids who take piano lessons sometimes become rock stars. Public libraries store books and offer the free use of computers. Many people learned how to drive when they turned 16 years old before they can buy vehicles. People who bought food at grocery stores have more money than people who went out to eat.
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chestercat
  • chestercat
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anonymous
  • anonymous
The first, third, and fourth options are written correctly. "Some people use phones that are plugged into their walls, but most people carry cell phones." "Kids who take piano lessons sometimes become rock stars." "Public libraries store books and offer the free use of computers."
anonymous
  • anonymous
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anonymous
  • anonymous
The last one is actually also correct. "People who bought food at grocery stores have more money than people who went out to eat."

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