Esai18
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Which sentence is punctuated correctly? My plant society requires a three-fifths majority to vote in a new president. My plant society requires a three—fifths majority to vote in a new president. My plant society requires a three fifths majority to vote in a new president.
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chestercat
  • chestercat
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anonymous
  • anonymous
A.
Esai18
  • Esai18
ok
Esai18
  • Esai18
Read the sentence. Firefighters have many days off so several of them formed a moving company. After which word should a comma be placed? off them Firefighters so

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Wendy.Ivette11714
  • Wendy.Ivette11714
Off
anonymous
  • anonymous
Off. You can split the clauses there.
anonymous
  • anonymous
^ Yep.
Esai18
  • Esai18
Which sentence is capitalized correctly? “We are going to be leaving soon,” He said, “so get your shoes on.” “We are going to be leaving soon,” he said, “so get your shoes on.” “we are going to be leaving soon,” he said, “so get your shoes on.” “We are going to be leaving soon,” he said, “So get your shoes on.”
Wendy.Ivette11714
  • Wendy.Ivette11714
The second one
anonymous
  • anonymous
Yeah, I think so too.
Esai18
  • Esai18
ok
Esai18
  • Esai18
Which sentence is punctuated correctly? Shari reads The Wall Street Journal every day and is very up-to-date on current events. Edward once said that his favorite wingspanens novel was “Great Expectations.” I have subscribed to Cooking magazine for many years. We had to memorize Washington’s Farewell Speech.
Wendy.Ivette11714
  • Wendy.Ivette11714
The second one
Esai18
  • Esai18
Which sentence iWhich sentence is punctuated correctly? Coach says, “it’s best to warm up your muscles first, then stretch carefully before you run.” Coach says it’s best to “warm up your muscles first, then stretch carefully before you run.” Coach “says it’s best to warm up your muscles first,” then stretch carefully before you run. Coach says, it’s best to warm up your muscles first, then stretch carefully before you run.s punctuated correctly? Coach says, “it’s best to warm up your muscles first, then stretch carefully before you run.” Coach says it’s best to “warm up your muscles first, then stretch carefully before you run.” Coach “says it’s best to warm up your muscles first,” then stretch carefully before you run. Coach says, it’s best to warm up your muscles first, then stretch carefully before you run.
anonymous
  • anonymous
:)
anonymous
  • anonymous
hmmm
anonymous
  • anonymous
A.
Esai18
  • Esai18
lol i put it twice
anonymous
  • anonymous
Yeah, I saw. XD
Wendy.Ivette11714
  • Wendy.Ivette11714
I think it's the second one
Esai18
  • Esai18
Read the sentences. Walt Whitman wrote, “Each singing what belongs to her . . . with open mouths, their strong melodious songs.” What do the ellipsis marks indicate? The writer has extended the length of the quote by Whitman. The writer has changed the meaning of the quote. Some of the quote has been omitted. Whitman did not like what he had written.
Wendy.Ivette11714
  • Wendy.Ivette11714
The first one
Esai18
  • Esai18
Which sentence contains correct capitalization? The opening act of the Shakespearean play began at sundown at Zilker Hillside Theater. The opening act of the shakespearean play began at sundown at Zilker Hillside Theater. The opening act of the Shakespearean Play began at sundown at Zilker Hillside Theater. The opening act of the Shakespearean play began at sundown at Zilker Hillside theater.
anonymous
  • anonymous
@FitzIncorporated I think it's D. I need your op though. :o
anonymous
  • anonymous
No, some of the quote has been ommitted. First, I think. Or D.
Esai18
  • Esai18
Read the sentence. I got out a bowl and read the recipe and then I started adding ingredients. After which word should a comma be placed? bowl then recipe
anonymous
  • anonymous
Recipe.
Esai18
  • Esai18
Which sentence is punctuated correctly? “I have soccer practice first,” Evan thought “then my violin lesson.” “I have soccer practice first.” Evan thought, “then my violin lesson.” “I have soccer practice first,” Evan thought. “then my violin lesson.” “I have soccer practice first,” Evan thought, “then my violin lesson.”
anonymous
  • anonymous
D
Esai18
  • Esai18
Which sentence is punctuated correctly? On Monday August 31, Harriet will turn 16 and get her driver’s license. On Monday, August 31, Harriet will turn 16 and get her driver’s license. On Monday, August 31 Harriet will turn 16 and get her driver’s license. On Monday August 31, Harriet will turn 16, and get her driver’s license.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Look, we can't do it all for you. Which do you think it is?
Esai18
  • Esai18
d
anonymous
  • anonymous
Why?
Esai18
  • Esai18
cause theres two commas
anonymous
  • anonymous
I'm pretty sure it's B. There doesn't need to be a comma before the and because there's a connective and dates have commas.
Esai18
  • Esai18
ok thanks
anonymous
  • anonymous
No problem :)

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