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Where does the comma belong in the sentence below? Will you please bring me the paper Theo? after me after please after paper after you

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  1. anonymous
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    after paper

  2. anonymous
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    i think its after you but im not sure

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    its after paper my bad lol

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    do you know why it goes there?

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    Andrew and Allison froze when they saw the lamp crash to the floor. Mrs. Woods had told them time and time again, "Don't rough house in the living room! You'll break something!" And sure enough they did. "Look what you did, Allison," Andrew shrieked already thinking of the lecture he would get from Mrs. Woods. "Me?! I didn't do anything wrong! I'm certainly not taking the blame! It was both of our faults!" Why are the words "Me" and "both" italicized in the passage above? Because they are being spoken Because they are titles To emphasize the words To show Allison's thoughts

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    do you know how to do this?

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    nope

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    Andrew and Allison froze when they saw the lamp crash to the floor. Mrs. Woods had told them time and time again, "Don't rough house in the living room! You'll break something!" And sure enough they did. "Look what you did, Allison," Andrew shrieked already thinking of the lecture he would get from Mrs. Woods. "Me?! I didn't do anything wrong! I'm certainly not taking the blame! It was both of our faults!" Why are the words "Me" and "both" italicized in the passage above? Because they are being spoken Because they are titles To emphasize the words To show Allison's thoughts

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    well this stuff is easy first you need to know what italicized means

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    what does it means

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    Andrew and Allison froze when they saw the lamp crash to the floor. Mrs. Woods had told them time and time again, "Don't rough house in the living room! You'll break something!" And sure enough they did. "Look what you did, Allison," Andrew shrieked already thinking of the lecture he would get from Mrs. Woods. "Me?! I didn't do anything wrong! I'm certainly not taking the blame! It was both of our faults!" Why are the words "Me" and "both" italicized in the passage above? Because they are being spoken Because they are titles To emphasize the words To show Allison's thoughts

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    a

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    Sara and Paul couldn't believe how many different butterflies they saw out at the lake. They saw _______. What is the correct way to write the missing part of the sentence above? lots of, monarchs, a couple of viceroys some red admirals and, even a painted lady! lots, of monarchs a couple of viceroys, some red, admirals and even a painted, lady! lots of monarchs, a couple of viceroys, some red admirals, and even a painted lady! lots of monarchs, a couple of, viceroys some red admirals and even, a painted lady!

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    and if you need help with this stuff you should go to English

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    one more please

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    Sara and Paul couldn't believe how many different butterflies they saw out at the lake. They saw _______. What is the correct way to write the missing part of the sentence above? lots of, monarchs, a couple of viceroys some red admirals and, even a painted lady! lots, of monarchs a couple of viceroys, some red, admirals and even a painted, lady! lots of monarchs, a couple of viceroys, some red admirals, and even a painted lady! lots of monarchs, a couple of, viceroys some red admirals and even, a painted lady!

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    c

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