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In which sentence is a proper noun underlined? A. Next year, my sister will graduate from Duke University. B. That Mexican restaurant has the best tacos in town. C. Sally found a gorgeous prom dress at Blair's Boutique. D. The best produce is sold at Wally's Market on the corner.

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  1. anonymous
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    @Nnesha

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    Will give medal!

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    @KAKES1967 can u help

  4. anonymous
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    What are the underlined words?

  5. anonymous
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    Duke University, tacos,dress and produce

  6. anonymous
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    Ok Nouns name people, places, and things. Every noun can further be classified as common or proper. A proper noun has two distinctive features: 1) it will name a specific [usually a one-of-a-kind] item, and 2) it will begin with a capital letter no matter where it occurs in a sentence. What do you think it is using the definition of a noun?

  7. anonymous
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    I think it is D because it is explaining about the market? :T

  8. anonymous
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    No it would be Duke University because it is a proper noun. Proper nouns have two distinct features: They name specific one-of-a-kind items, and they begin with capital letters, no matter where they occur within a sentence @DeathWreck2001

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    ok thx 4 your help here is your reward!

  10. anonymous
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    It was no problem (:

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