gamer56
  • gamer56
@pocarii can you help me really fast please ?
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jamiebookeater
  • jamiebookeater
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anonymous
  • anonymous
I am not @Pocarii, but I can still help :)
gamer56
  • gamer56
ok
gamer56
  • gamer56
Which answer choice does not contain any punctuation errors? A. "I'm glad you are awake, he said. Let's eat breakfast." "I made eggs." B. "I'm glad you are awake," he said. "Let's eat breakfast. I made eggs." C. "I'm glad you are awake," he said. "Let's eat breakfast." "I made eggs." D. "I'm glad you are awake, he said. Let's eat breakfast. I made eggs."

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anonymous
  • anonymous
I will pocarii take these. He/she is here ^_^
anonymous
  • anonymous
let*
gamer56
  • gamer56
@Thesmarterone I could also use your help if you could offer it.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Why did I drag myself into this *~* I guess i can pause my movie
gamer56
  • gamer56
@Thesmarterone Thanks. Id really appreciate it :)
anonymous
  • anonymous
Cross out A and D their very wrong. After dialogue there should always be " at the end of a sentence and in the front.
anonymous
  • anonymous
^
gamer56
  • gamer56
I think C. ?
anonymous
  • anonymous
I think maybe B...hold on.
gamer56
  • gamer56
ok
gamer56
  • gamer56
??
anonymous
  • anonymous
Yeah B. It can't be C because in a sentence that involves dialogue just because there's a punctuation mark at the end of the sentence it doesn't mean you have to end the " at the end of the punctuation mark. The only time you put a " is only if the dialogue is done and there's no more to be said by the being or person. An example "I love going to the beach! The sand is soft." I'm pretty sure it's correct please tell me if it's not.
gamer56
  • gamer56
Ok ill go with B. Can you help with more please ?
gamer56
  • gamer56
Which answer choice does not contain any punctuation errors? A. "Mom is coming. Hide all the presents, he whispered." B. "Mom is coming. Hide all the presents," he whispered. C. "Mom is coming." "Hide all the presents, he whispered." D. "Mom is coming." "Hide all the presents," he whispered.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Which do you think it is? Just so I know you got it. :p
gamer56
  • gamer56
B or C ?
anonymous
  • anonymous
B is correct! :D Good job!
gamer56
  • gamer56
Which answer choice best corrects the punctuation and capitalization errors in the sentence, if any errors exist? To make her famous pumpkin bread, Myndi said she prefers using canned pumpkin. A. To make her famous pumpkin bread, Myndi said, "She prefers using canned pumpkin." B. To make her famous pumpkin bread, Myndi said, "she prefers using canned pumpkin." C. To make her famous pumpkin bread, Myndi, "said she prefers using canned pumpkin." D. No changes to the sentence are necessary.
gamer56
  • gamer56
I think its D.
anonymous
  • anonymous
All of them but D is wrong. There is no sign of dialogue anywhere. Nice job. :D
gamer56
  • gamer56
SO I GOT IT RIGHT
anonymous
  • anonymous
Yes
gamer56
  • gamer56
Which answer choice best corrects the punctuation and capitalization errors in the sentence, if any errors exist? Aunt Marie said that it is raining. A. Aunt Marie said that "it is raining." B. Aunt Marie said that, "It is raining." C. Aunt Marie said, "that it is raining." D. No changes to the sentence are necessary.
gamer56
  • gamer56
C or D ?
anonymous
  • anonymous
A bit tough... It doesn't really state Auntie Mary is doing it right now said is a past tense. I think you should go with D on this one.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Well no...C seems kinda right too.
gamer56
  • gamer56
So c or d ?
anonymous
  • anonymous
D I just don't see that as dialogue whatsoever.
gamer56
  • gamer56
Which answer choice best corrects the punctuation errors in the sentence, if any errors exist? Is the dog chewing my sun hat, Grandma cried. A. "Is the dog chewing my sun hat," Grandma cried? B. "Is the dog chewing my sun hat," Grandma cried! C. "Is the dog chewing my sun hat?" Grandma cried. D. No changes to the sentence are necessary.
gamer56
  • gamer56
???
anonymous
  • anonymous
Which do you think it is? :3
gamer56
  • gamer56
its C.
anonymous
  • anonymous
I think it's C...hummm..
anonymous
  • anonymous
Yeah
anonymous
  • anonymous
Anything else? o3o You seem spot onto this.
gamer56
  • gamer56
I have 5 more. Please help
gamer56
  • gamer56
Which answer choice does not contain any errors in capitalization? A. My father said, "come outside. you can help me rake the leaves." B. My father said, "Come outside. you can help me rake the leaves." C. My father said, "Come outside. You can help me rake the leaves." D. My father said, "come outside. You can help me rake the leaves."
gamer56
  • gamer56
I think A.
gamer56
  • gamer56
Can you just say correct or incorrect please ? Because i have limited time now.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Okay and I think C.
gamer56
  • gamer56
Which answer choice does not contain any errors in capitalization? A. "Life on a space station," he observed, "Is very different." B. "Life on a space station," He observed, "is very different." C. "Life on a space station," he observed, "is very different." D. "Life on a space station," He observed, "Is very different."
gamer56
  • gamer56
I think C or D ?
anonymous
  • anonymous
D. :3
gamer56
  • gamer56
Which answer choice does not contain any punctuation errors? A. When did you hear her say "I'm the best person for the job"? B. When did you hear her say, "I'm the best person for the job?" C. When did you hear her say, "I'm the best person for the job"? D. When did you hear her say "I'm the best person for the job?"
gamer56
  • gamer56
I think C or D or maybe A ??
anonymous
  • anonymous
C
gamer56
  • gamer56
Which answer choice does not contain any punctuation errors? A. "Are you finished planning your experiment" he asked? B. "Are you finished planning your experiment," he asked? C. "Are you finished planning your experiment"? he asked. D. "Are you finished planning your experiment?" he asked.
gamer56
  • gamer56
I think B or C ?
anonymous
  • anonymous
D.
gamer56
  • gamer56
1 more please then thats the last one.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Because the punctuation needs to stay inside the sentence still even thought there's ". :)
anonymous
  • anonymous
Okay ^^
gamer56
  • gamer56
Which answer choice does not contain any punctuation errors? A. "Help me! I'm falling." Greta exclaimed! B. "Help me! I'm falling!" Greta exclaimed. C. "Help me! I'm falling" Greta exclaimed! D. "Help me! I'm falling," Greta exclaimed!
anonymous
  • anonymous
B.
gamer56
  • gamer56
THANK YOU !!!!!!! I got a 90. I needa that so bad :)
anonymous
  • anonymous
Aw what did we get wrong?
anonymous
  • anonymous
Just so any future students looking don't get it wrong.
gamer56
  • gamer56
I passed my other stuff by myself. But that kept tripping me up. And i already exited it out.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Ohhh. Alright well could you post it tomorrow?
gamer56
  • gamer56
Ill post it now. Hold on.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Okay thanks. :D
gamer56
  • gamer56
we only missed 1, and that was This question Which answer choice does not contain any errors in capitalization? A. "Life on a space station," he observed, "Is very different." B. "Life on a space station," He observed, "is very different." C. "Life on a space station," he observed, "is very different." D. "Life on a space station," He observed, "Is very different."
anonymous
  • anonymous
Ah it might have been A or C...sorry.

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