anonymous
  • anonymous
Which sentence uses the colon correctly? A.Kelly was very excited: about the rock concert her friend won tickets for on the radio. B.In the end, she settled for something simple: a black tee, ripped jeans, and a headband. C.In contrast to Kelly: her friend, Maria was dressed rather flamboyantly. D.All eyes were on: both the girls that night.
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katieb
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anonymous
  • anonymous
is it B??
anonymous
  • anonymous
B
anonymous
  • anonymous
Definitely B.

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anonymous
  • anonymous
B
anonymous
  • anonymous
Instead of individually commenting that the answer is B, you can select the first person's answer as the best response. The most important thing to remember about colons is that you only use them after statements that are complete sentences. Never use a colon after a sentence fragment. For example, it's correct to say, "Grammar Girl has two favorite hobbies: watching clouds and seeing how long she can stand on one foot."
AnimalLover8
  • AnimalLover8
It is B.

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