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the pronunciation of a particular country? A. glossary B. gazetteer C. contents D. index
English
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saucvi
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A gazetteer is a geographical dictionary. I'd say this is your answer. I don't think the other answers match very well.

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YoungStudier
  • YoungStudier
Not sure, sorry
YoungStudier
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Gazetteer
learningallday
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thank you
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(3 pt) Which words make up the prepositional phrase in this sentence? Are the parents of the band members setting up a refreshment table? A. setting up a B. of the band members C. Are the parents D. refreshment table
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C. gtg now... please medal and fan
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Which words make up the prepositional phrase in this sentence? Julie baked a pie with strawberries and rhubarb. A. a pie B. with strawberries and rhubarb C. Julie baked D. strawberries and rhubarb
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It's B, I'm sorry, I wasn't on.

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