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    How is it C? @Dixiedog99

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    I was thinking the same thing....because i don't believe this is C.....

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    I'm still very confused on this...

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    Okay ignore my comment. I was thinking that there needed to be a comma between new and very strict. B seemed to be following that rule in my mind.

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    B was following rather than breaking the rule as the question asked.

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    Yes. "In their homeroom class" is a clause. The comma sets it off.

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    So it's B?

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    @KyanTheDoodle

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    Indeed

  13. anonymous
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    Thanks!

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