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The 2nd answer does not have a comma though
Oh well I am not the best at this but I will try
Yes you will! And I shall be watching from afar making sure you're doing good!
is it d??
I am checking
Well A or D is in my attention
Honestly I think it is d or c but please check with someone else I am not really good at this
okay and can you guys help me with more plz
It is A. When you write dates, you need to put a comma after the month and the day of the month.
Which sentence does not contain any errors in comma usage? A. Have you ever been to Salt Lake City Utah? B. The Gateway Arch is in St. Louis, in the state, of Missouri. C. This year Memorial Day is on Monday May, 25. D. On March 4, 1861, Abraham Lincoln was sworn in as President.
no not c
Not quite. There should be a comma after monday, and none afterwards.
It mentions comma usage, so the correct sentence will have at least one comma.
i dont think so
@Thebadyboy next time let the asker participate. Thanks.
only one that contains of correct comma usage On March 4, 1861, Abraham Lincoln was sworn in as President.
Which closing uses correct punctuation? A. With best wishes. B. Your pal C. With love, D. Sincerely yours!
hey i just did this test not to long ago
Is this a test?
no its like a practice test
Which salutation uses correct punctuation? A. Dear Grandpa Wayne. B. Dearest Harriet? C. Dear Billy, D. Dear Jacob!
A practice test is still a \(test\).
well yeah but the test in our school are unit assesments lol o know what im talking abput @EclipsedStar
Does it count for your grade at all?
Assessments are another name for tests....
yeah but this test is called Lesson Checkpoint u dont go to the same school as me u dont know lol @EclipsedStar
Yes you. Does it count for your grade?
as a test?
not that much like 5%
That is still considered cheating.
Unit assesments are like alot of ur grade
if you are asking if it counts as a test then no its just like a practice for the real one
If it counts in your grade then it is against the school's honor code. Are you in Connections Academy?
U should use the book @deadpool01
Is your school CA?
i dont have a book thats the thing lol
ok they should have sent it to u
use this then http://grammar.ccc.commnet.edu/grammar/commas.htm
okay i asked for help not an argument so guys plz stop
Since I'm not getting a reply I'll post it anyways. Look at your school's honor code. http://prntscr.com/7a6jgs
Well know that writing dates goes like this: April 14th, 2002 And writing locations goes like this: San Antonio, Texas
Well u might be correct on c
Which sentence does not contain any errors in comma usage? A. Sir quickly, hand me that tool. B. When should we take the dog for a walk, Alice? C. Please stay, dear neighbor as long as you like. D. Stay awake cousin, so we can see the meteor shower.
Stop right there.
This hasn't been resolved yet.
Just please close this post. It shouldn't be here.