anonymous
  • anonymous
Which sentence uses a colon correctly? It can sometimes be difficult to tell lakes from rivers: both are generally made up of fresh water, and they often host the same species of fish. It can sometimes be difficult to tell lakes from rivers, both are generally: made up of fresh water, and they often host the same species of fish.
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Which sentence uses a colon correctly? It can sometimes be difficult to tell lakes from rivers: both are generally made up of fresh water, and they often host the same species of fish. It can sometimes be difficult to tell lakes from rivers, both are generally: made up of fresh water, and they often host the same species of fish. It can sometimes be difficult: to tell lakes from rivers, both are generally made up of fresh water, and they often host the same species of fish. It can sometimes be difficult to tell lakes from rivers, both are generally made up: of fresh water, and they often host the same species of fish.
anonymous
  • anonymous
I think it's A
anonymous
  • anonymous
I agree, A

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