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Do your own Doodlin' puzzles! This is Open Study! Not Game Faqs! So what's your question, sport?
Its a crossword for my homework...not a game
The clue is According to Mario Puzo, author of "The Godfather," Writing is ________ What I have so far is _e____i__
the word has 9 letters? i'm just confirming if i counted it right
Is this the only one?
No there are a couple more I can't figure out even after looking thru my book
I will post the others
okay, that will be a good idea :)
Extra words in a sentence that add detail and are set off by commas are called _____t___i___ 13 letters When two complete sentences are separated by a comma, it is referred to as a comma _p_i_e Six letters
I know the third one.
ok what is it KyantheDoodle
I have an idea for the first one, but the letter "e" is not in the 2nd place
It is a comma splice. It's when you join two independent clauses. Although it is quite informal when you use a comma splice because using independent clauses together requires a semi-colon.
it tells me if they are correct.
Unless a comma splice is a semi-colon. I'm not quite sure anymore. All I know is that it exists.
Ok no it isn't. :D
Splice was correct
WOOH! Ten points for DoodleDorf!
About the godfather by mario pizzo... i think it is intensive.. i'm not sure. And for the "Extra words in a sentence that add detail and are set off by commas are called" I think it is transitions but the number of letters don't match. Example of transitions are: moreover, however, additionally, and many more.. That's all I can think of :/
*dor I don't know why that f was at the end.
Cant be transitions bc the 2nd letter of the extra words one is "a"
Well it most certainly ends in ive.
Could the first one be deceptive?
The one about Mario Puzo is "Writing is rewriting"
Oh. Wow. That's actually really stupid. Mario Puzo's a real douche.
lol I just typed in "writing is" on google and that popped up
The only one I gotta figure out is the "Extra words..."
Ahh I got it...the extra words one is "parenthetical"
Holy sheep. I would've never gotten that. XD
The third one is connectives
We already figured the third one out. It's splice.
Oh, okay. I didn't see that one