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i think b
this whole thing confuses me lol
What is the sentence error in this sentence? My father is a doctor, his clinic is on Hamilton Avenue. comma splice run-on sentence fragment shift in verb tense @KellerMan1 comma splice?
or fragment perhaps?
honestly i dont reaally know but i think its c?????
screw it lol, C it is.
Which sentence is error free? Frank bought some vegetables: they included potatoes, cabbage and carrots. Frank bought some vegetables they included potatoes, cabbage, and carrots. Frank bought some vegetables, including potatoes, cabbage, and carrots. Frank bought some vegetables and included potatoes, cabbage, and carrots. @KellerMan1 B or C
Thank you :D
Which sentence is correctly written? “Girl number twenty,” said the gentleman, smiling in the calm strength of knowledge. Girl number twenty, said the gentleman, smiling in the calm strength of knowledge. “Girl number twenty” said the gentleman smiling in the calm strength of knowledge. “Girl number twenty,” said the gentleman smiling in the calm strength of knowledge.
i have 7 more questions to finish T^T only 13 mins left to do it. blah
Which transitional word or phrase best completes these lines from the passage? . . . they encourage the religious people up to a certain point: _______, if [a preacher]only tells the ladies of Florence that they ought to tear off their jewels and finery . . . - in contrast - for instance - further - however @KellerMan1