anonymous
  • anonymous
In which sentence is the abbreviation written ​incorrectly? A. I ran into Mr. Ling on my way home today. B. The letter was​ signed, Kristin​ Johnson, PHD. C. I used to watch reruns of The Honeymooners on TV. D. I called Dr. Hortensia because I​ wasn't feeling well
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anonymous
  • anonymous
B looks like its the correct one to me.
texaschic101
  • texaschic101
well....from what I see....A and D are correctly written. C, reruns needs a dash...re-runs B, PHD, should be PhD
Olyalhic
  • Olyalhic
@briannaboone18 I wold like to say B because its improper to use P.H.D without the noted abbreviation dots...

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anonymous
  • anonymous
so it is B?
Olyalhic
  • Olyalhic
or PhD as @texaschic101 stated
Olyalhic
  • Olyalhic
yes I would go with that
texaschic101
  • texaschic101
I think it is B
texaschic101
  • texaschic101
but C.....reruns....I think has a dash....re-runs...not 100% sure
Olyalhic
  • Olyalhic
@texaschic101 yes,but I don't think it counts for this question. I'm pretty sure it can be written either way (reruns or re-runs)

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