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Which best corrects the phrase fragment? Placing the baby in a stroller. The mother walked around the park. A. The mother walked around the park placing the baby in a stroller. B. The mother walked placing the baby in a stroller around the park. C. Placing the baby in a stroller, the mother walked around the park. D. The mother walked around the park. The mother placing the baby in a stroller.
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anonymous
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c
anonymous
  • anonymous
correct :)
anonymous
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plz help me with 2
anonymous
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okay
anonymous
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Which best corrects the phrase fragment? Frogs and mallard ducks swim. In the secluded pond. A. Frogs and mallard ducks. Swimming in the secluded pond. B. Frogs in the secluded pond and mallard ducks. C. In the secluded pond, frogs and mallard ducks swim. D. We found the secluded pond. Swimming frogs and mallard ducks.
anonymous
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Which best corrects the clause fragment? A lizard jumped on the box. That my father made. A. A lizard jumped. On the box that my father made. B. That my father made a lizard jumped on the box. C. A lizard jumped on the box that my father made. D. A lizard that my father made jumped on the box.
anonymous
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What do you think?
anonymous
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C then, again, C. I'm sensing a pattern :)
anonymous
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Yep, It's C
anonymous
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1: C
anonymous
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2: C
anonymous
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The second question is C
anonymous
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And also the third one

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