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anonymous

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Which line from this excerpt from "Totally like whatever, you know?" demonstrates the poet's ability to apply proper use of syntax? "It's like what I've heard? I have nothing personally invested in my own opinions, okay? I'm just inviting you to join me in my uncertainty? What has happened to our conviction? Where are the limbs out on which we once walked?" Question 3 options: 1) It's like what I've heard? 2) I have nothing personally invested in my own opinions, okay? 3) I'm just inviting you to join me in my uncertainty? 4) What has happened to our conviction?

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    Have you ruled out the possible answers?

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    Syntax: the arrangement of words and phrases to create well-formed sentences in a language. Syntax is the way you word a sentence to convey your meaning. You could change the whole meaning of a sentence by switching two key parts around. For instance, "Where are you going this time of night?" or "Would you like to visit Hawaii?"

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    So based on that, I believe the answer is 4.

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