anonymous
  • anonymous
Which sentence is punctuated correctly? A. "It can rise after a storm." she added, "or subside during winter." B. "Additionally," she continued. "the water can flow slowly or rapidly." C. Hanah said, "The river runs east or west for short stretches". D. "This river," she explained, "varies from twenty to about a hundred feet wide."
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schrodinger
  • schrodinger
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SydtheKid913
  • SydtheKid913
In both A and B, they put a period in an incorrect place, and do not capitalize the next word so it is neither of these. In C, the period is place outside of the quote, which is incorrect.
SydtheKid913
  • SydtheKid913
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