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Durply
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REALLY need help
Durply
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last day of school
anonymous
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yippeee! what's the question? let me see if i can help :)

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Durply
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Which sentence uses dashes correctly? A. Your brother—never the quiet type must have an opinion to share. B. By all accounts, he is—calm, funny, and quite an excellent teacher. C. The note—I don’t know who wrote it—says to move the car before it gets towed. D. The annual picnic is—always a popular event—we never miss it.
Durply
  • Durply
C
Durply
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?
anonymous
  • anonymous
well, I think I'll agree because the dashes separate the participial phrase :)
Durply
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Which sentence uses dashes correctly? A. This sweater—the one that turned up at the bottom of my closet, does not fit me anymore. B. Now we will hike—along the ridge, down the hill, and across the creek. C. On the last page of my program is—the lead dancer's autograph. D. I want to hear everything, but—oh, someone is knocking on the door.
Durply
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D?
anonymous
  • anonymous
yep because of the interruption ... hmm is this your final exam?
Durply
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nope
Durply
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lol
Durply
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final is 60 questions i wont post that lol
Durply
  • Durply
Which sentence uses dashes correctly? A. My sister—a big fan of the outdoors—walks two miles—every afternoon. B. "I would not step there if I were—!" she began as I slipped on the wet floor. C. Several birds stayed at the feeder—hoping for a good meal. D. Turquoise beads and—a silver medallion—adorn her favorite necklace.
Durply
  • Durply
B?
anonymous
  • anonymous
xD okay, I hope this is just an assignment because you know... we got the rule. yeah :) wait, you already know how to do it! xDD
Durply
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XD
Durply
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its offline work
Durply
  • Durply
and b is right?
anonymous
  • anonymous
yes :)
Durply
  • Durply
Which sentence uses dashes correctly? A. I intend to—paint that bookcase tomorrow—help me remove all the books. B. Yard work—for example, raking leaves and planting shrubs—fills many of our autumn weekends. C. Open the windows—to let the breeze in—and the paint will dry fast. D. We will use the same color for the bookcase—light green—that we used on the door and window frames.
Durply
  • Durply
D?
anonymous
  • anonymous
hmm why not B?
Durply
  • Durply
yaa ik thats what i was thinking but the participle in D
anonymous
  • anonymous
hmmm... well I think the best option is B, because you can separate the participle with commas in option D while option B it will be very confusing, so the dashes should be used.
Durply
  • Durply
o ok
Durply
  • Durply
Which sentence uses dashes correctly? A. We had one thing in mind: swimming—in the ocean. B. The music teacher gave him a choice of horns—for example, the trumpet, the tuba, or the saxophone. C. A red chair sat in front of—the fireplace. D. The phone—just kept ringing and ringing all afternoon.
Durply
  • Durply
B?
anonymous
  • anonymous
For the previous one : B Not D because that should be separated by commas.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Also for this one B too. :P
anonymous
  • anonymous
Today is your last day of school? Mine too. You still on GUM semester assessment?
anonymous
  • anonymous
^ thanks for the confirmation @easdf and welcome to openstudy :) @Durply I would agreee with B too :)
Durply
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Which revision best corrects the errors in the given sentence? There are certain things about winter for instance, hot soup and the first snowfall that I always enjoy. A. There are certain things about winter: for instance, hot soup and the first snowfall that I always enjoy. B. There are certain things about winter: for instance, hot soup and the first snowfall—that I always enjoy. C. There are certain things about winter—for instance, hot soup and the first snowfall—that I always enjoy.
Durply
  • Durply
b
anonymous
  • anonymous
C
anonymous
  • anonymous
B has a colon on side of that phrase and a dash on the other side.
Durply
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data correct?
Durply
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and there are 3 more
anonymous
  • anonymous
Don't forget to come back and tell if your answers were correct. Most people don't do that and it makes it harder for other people who Google for the answers.
Durply
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Which revision best corrects the errors in the given sentence? A firm handshake like a friendly smile, a pleasant attitude, and good manners is a valuable asset in life. A. A firm handshake: like a friendly smile; a pleasant attitude; and good manners, is a valuable asset in life. B. A firm handshake, like a friendly smile, a pleasant attitude, and good manners—is a valuable asset in life. C. A firm handshake—like a friendly smile, a pleasant attitude, and good manners—is a valuable asset in life.
Durply
  • Durply
c
anonymous
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C yup
Durply
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Which revision best corrects the errors in the given sentence? Lincoln's famous speech pages 342–343 remains one of the enduring benchmarks of history. A. Lincoln's famous speech pages 342–343 remains one of the enduring benchmarks (of history). B. Lincoln's famous speech pages 342–343 remains one of the enduring benchmarks (of history.) C. Lincoln's famous speech (pages 342–343) remains one of the enduring benchmarks of history.
anonymous
  • anonymous
C
Durply
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C again
Durply
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o okl lol
Durply
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you answer before me lol
Durply
  • Durply
Which revision best corrects the errors in the given sentence? The people behind us in line at least a dozen by our count arrived too late to get tickets. A. The people behind us in line at least a dozen (by our count) arrived too late to get tickets. B. The people behind us in line (at least a dozen by our count) arrived too late to get tickets. C. The people behind us in line (At least a dozen by our count.) arrived too late to get tickets.
Durply
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B?
Durply
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or a
Durply
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...
anonymous
  • anonymous
B
Durply
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Which revision best corrects the errors in the given sentence? After the meeting this afternoon 1–2 P.M., we will know how many volunteers have signed up. A. After the meeting this afternoon (1–2 P.M.), we will know how many volunteers have signed up. B. (After the meeting this afternoon 1–2 P.M.,) we will know how many volunteers have signed up. C. After the meeting this afternoon—(1–2 P.M.), we will know how many volunteers have signed up.
Durply
  • Durply
C?
anonymous
  • anonymous
A
Durply
  • Durply
what why?
anonymous
  • anonymous
Take out the text in the parenthesis and you will see that there is both a — and a ,
anonymous
  • anonymous
After the meeting this afternoon—, we will know how many volunteers have signed up.
Durply
  • Durply
o ok
Durply
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THANKS
anonymous
  • anonymous
A is right because when you take out the parenthetical material, it is still correct. After the meeting this afternoon, we will know how many volunteers have signed up.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Is that all questions?
Durply
  • Durply
ya
Durply
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1sec
anonymous
  • anonymous
Don't forget to check your answers and tell us what was right or wrong.
Durply
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i only missed one she checked YAAAAA
anonymous
  • anonymous
Great!!
Durply
  • Durply
OMG
anonymous
  • anonymous
@DataLG_2
Durply
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i wouldve had 100%
Durply
  • Durply
but i didnt do C in accident
Durply
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for the last one
Durply
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XD
anonymous
  • anonymous
Aww that sucks. I've had accidents before too that ruined the score. Really makes you mad doesn't it?
Durply
  • Durply
can you help with 10 more for participles than im dont with school for the year
anonymous
  • anonymous
No, I've got stuff to do too. Someone else would probably help.
Durply
  • Durply
awww ok
Durply
  • Durply
thanks though

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