anonymous
  • anonymous
Read the passage. (1) New York City has many tourist attractions, but one attraction stands head and shoulders above the rest. (2) It is the Statue of Liberty, also known as Lady Liberty. (3) Lady Liberty is a woman holding a torch, it represents freedom. (4) The statue is 305 feet tall, including the pedestal on which Lady Liberty stands. Which sentence contains a comma splice? sentence (1) sentence (2) sentence (3) sentence (4)
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At vero eos et accusamus et iusto odio dignissimos ducimus qui blanditiis praesentium voluptatum deleniti atque corrupti quos dolores et quas molestias excepturi sint occaecati cupiditate non provident, similique sunt in culpa qui officia deserunt mollitia animi, id est laborum et dolorum fuga. Et harum quidem rerum facilis est et expedita distinctio. Nam libero tempore, cum soluta nobis est eligendi optio cumque nihil impedit quo minus id quod maxime placeat facere possimus, omnis voluptas assumenda est, omnis dolor repellendus. Itaque earum rerum hic tenetur a sapiente delectus, ut aut reiciendis voluptatibus maiores alias consequatur aut perferendis doloribus asperiores repellat.
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anonymous
  • anonymous
I think sentence three. (3)
anonymous
  • anonymous
Read the sentence. Charlie is taking a dance class because he has to rather than enjoying it. Which revision corrects the faulty parallelism in the sentence? Charlie has to take a dance class, so he is, rather than because he enjoys it. Charlie is taking a dance class because he has to rather than because he enjoys it. Charlie is taking a dance class because he has to rather than he enjoys it.
anonymous
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anonymous
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@_fluffeh_
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Read the sentence. As I was calling my friend _____. Which ending correctly completes the sentence? late yesterday afternoon and leaving a message the phone went dead to get information about an assignment
anonymous
  • anonymous
Which is an example of faulty coordination? The guitar is used in a lot of contemporary music, and the instrument probably originated in Spain during the 1500s. The first guitars had several strings, but standard modern American guitars have only six strings. The electric guitar is a fairly recent invention, yet it is a key instrument in many contemporary bands. The guitar is featured in rock music, so most rock bands have guitarists.
_fluffeh_
  • _fluffeh_
sentence 3 would be correct i believe.
_fluffeh_
  • _fluffeh_
Charlie is taking a dance class because he has to rather than because he enjoys it.
_fluffeh_
  • _fluffeh_
the phone went dead
anonymous
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Read the passage. (1) Many American men were drafted during World War II. (2) Many other men volunteered to serve. (3) In fact, so many men entered the armed services that professional baseball experienced a shortage of good players. (4) Philip K. Wrigley had an interesting solution to the problem. (5) He started a new league. (6) It was called the All-American Girls Professional Baseball League (AAGPBL). (7) To find good players, he scouted women’s softball clubs. (8) They were very popular at that time. (9) The AAGPBL was a hit. (10) In 1948, the year in which the league reached its high point of popularity, more than a million fans came to watch AAGPBL games. (11) The league produced many fine players, including Mary “Bonnie” Baker. (12) Dorothy Kamenshek was also a fine player. (13) After World War II ended, the AAGPBL declined in popularity. (14) In 1954, the league was disbanded. Which is the most effective way to combine sentences (7) and (8)? To find good players, he scouted, women’s softball clubs being very popular at that time. To find good players, he scouted women’s softball clubs, which were very popular at that time. To find good players, he scouted women’s softball clubs very popular at that time. To find good players, he scouted women’s softball clubs, and they were very popular at that time.
anonymous
  • anonymous
First question- 2nd answer. ( about the dance class) 2nd Question- the phone went dead 3rd question- Idk? Sorry!
anonymous
  • anonymous
Read the passage. (1) Many American men were drafted during World War II. (2) Many other men volunteered to serve. (3) In fact, so many men entered the armed services that professional baseball experienced a shortage of good players. (4) Philip K. Wrigley had an interesting solution to the problem. (5) He started a new league. (6) It was called the All-American Girls Professional Baseball League (AAGPBL). (7) To find good players, he scouted women’s softball clubs. (8) They were very popular at that time. (9) The AAGPBL was a hit. (10) In 1948, the year in which the league reached its high point of popularity, more than a million fans came to watch AAGPBL games. (11) The league produced many fine players, including Mary “Bonnie” Baker. (12) Dorothy Kamenshek was also a fine player. (13) After World War II ended, the AAGPBL declined in popularity. (14) In 1954, the league was disbanded. Which is the most effective way to combine sentences (1) and (2)? Many American men were drafted during World War II, or many other men volunteered to serve. Many American men were drafted during World War II, and many other men volunteered to serve. During World War II, many men were drafted yet many others volunteering to serve. During World War II, many men were drafted, others volunteering to serve.
anonymous
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Read the sentence. Paula always knows the next hit song, she has an aunt in the music industry. Which revision most effectively corrects the comma splice? Paula has an aunt in the music industry who always knows the next hit song. Paula always knows the next hit song since she has an aunt in the music industry. Paula has an aunt in the music industry, therefore she always knows the next hit song. Paula always knows the next hit song, because she has an aunt in the music industry.
_fluffeh_
  • _fluffeh_
im not entirely sure about the last one though
anonymous
  • anonymous
Read the passage. (1) The word quarantine has an interesting history. (2) It comes from the Latin word for the number 40. (3) Long ago, ships had to stay in port for 40 days if they came from countries where people had the plague. (4) The 40-day stay was meant to keep sick people from spreading the deadly disease to others. (5) As a result, quarantine came to mean “isolation of people with contagious diseases.” (6) The history of the word ketchup is also interesting. (7) Ketchup comes from a Malay word meaning “fish sauce.” Which is the most effective way to invert sentence 6 in order to vary sentence patterns? Also the word ketchup has an interesting history. Also interesting is the history of the word ketchup. The history of the word ketchup is interesting, too. The word ketchup also has an interesting history.
anonymous
  • anonymous
i only have 10 mins left to submit this
_fluffeh_
  • _fluffeh_
the first one is actually sentence 4
anonymous
  • anonymous
okay thanks
anonymous
  • anonymous
Which revision corrects the faulty coordination in this sentence? The play Macbeth is about a general, and he kills his king. Killing the king in the play Macbeth is a general. About a general, in the play Macbeth a king is killed. The play Macbeth, which is about a general killing his king. The play Macbeth is about a general who kills his king.
_fluffeh_
  • _fluffeh_
The word ketchup also has an interesting history.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Read the passage. (1) William Shakespeare was born in 1564 in Stratford-upon-Avon. (2) It is a town in England. (3) He is believed to have attended the King’s New School there from age seven to age fourteen. (4) Teachers were strict in Shakespeare’s day. (5) The school day was long. (6) In the summer, school started at 6 a.m. (7) School did not end until 5 p.m. (8) In the winter, the school day was an hour or two shorter. (9) At age nine, students began learning Latin. (10) It was the language of international affairs. (11) In school, students spoke Latin. (12) Teachers also spoke Latin. (13) Students caught speaking English in school were punished. Which is the most effective way to combine sentences (1) and (2)? William Shakespeare was born in 1564 in Stratford-upon-Avon, a town in England. William Shakespeare was born in 1564 in Stratford-upon-Avon, and it is a town in England. William Shakespeare, born in 1564 in Stratford-upon-Avon, a town in England. William Shakespeare was born in 1564 in Stratford-upon-Avon it is a town in England.
_fluffeh_
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The play Macbeth, which is about a general killing his king.
anonymous
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Read the sentence. I love the thrill of jumping out of an airplane, pulling the parachute’s rip cord, and a smooth landing. Which revision corrects the faulty parallelism in the sentence? I love the thrill of an airplane jump, pulling the parachute’s rip cord, and a smooth landing. I love the thrill of jumping out of an airplane, pulling the parachute’s rip cord, and landing smoothly. I love the thrill of jumping out an airplane, the pull of the parachute’s rip cord, and landing smoothly.
_fluffeh_
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lol please slow down in posting your questions >_<
anonymous
  • anonymous
oh sorry
_fluffeh_
  • _fluffeh_
its okay
anonymous
  • anonymous
its just i only have 8 mins left t submit this
_fluffeh_
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William Shakespeare was born in 1564 in Stratford-upon-Avon, a town in England.
anonymous
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Which is an example of faulty coordination? The guitar is used in a lot of contemporary music, and the instrument probably originated in Spain during the 1500s. The first guitars had several strings, but standard modern American guitars have only six strings. The electric guitar is a fairly recent invention, yet it is a key instrument in many contemporary bands. The guitar is featured in rock music, so most rock bands have guitarists.
_fluffeh_
  • _fluffeh_
I love the thrill of jumping out an airplane, the pull of the parachute’s rip cord, and landing smoothly.
anonymous
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Read the passage. (1) William Shakespeare was born in 1564 in Stratford-upon-Avon. (2) It is a town in England. (3) He is believed to have attended the King’s New School there from age seven to age fourteen. (4) Teachers were strict in Shakespeare’s day. (5) The school day was long. (6) In the summer, school started at 6 a.m. (7) School did not end until 5 p.m. (8) In the winter, the school day was an hour or two shorter. (9) At age nine, students began learning Latin. (10) It was the language of international affairs. (11) In school, students spoke Latin. (12) Teachers also spoke Latin. (13) Students caught speaking English in school were punished. Which is the most effective way to combine sentences (9) and (10)? At age nine, students began learning Latin, which was the language of international affairs. Since age nine students began learning Latin, and it was the language of international affairs. At age nine, students began learning Latin, and it was the language of international affairs. Beginning to learn Latin at age nine because it was the language of international affairs.
anonymous
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wow youre very fast lol good job !
_fluffeh_
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lol thanks The guitar is used in a lot of contemporary music, and the instrument probably originated in Spain during the 1500s.
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can i have a medal please? :)
anonymous
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yes how do i do it
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Read the sentence. Tempted by the delicious-looking chocolate, the diet went out the window. Which revision most effectively corrects the dangling modifier in the sentence? Tempted, the delicious-looking chocolate made the diet go out the window. Letting the diet go out the window tempted by the delicious-looking chocolate. Going out the window, the diet was tempted by the delicious-looking chocolate. Tempted by the delicious-looking chocolate, I let my diet go out the window.
anonymous
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Read the sentence. Paula always knows the next hit song, she has an aunt in the music industry. Which revision most effectively corrects the comma splice? Paula has an aunt in the music industry who always knows the next hit song. Paula always knows the next hit song since she has an aunt in the music industry. Paula has an aunt in the music industry, therefore she always knows the next hit song. Paula always knows the next hit song, because she has an aunt in the music industry.
anonymous
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Read the passage. (1) Many American men were drafted during World War II. (2) Many other men volunteered to serve. (3) In fact, so many men entered the armed services that professional baseball experienced a shortage of good players. (4) Philip K. Wrigley had an interesting solution to the problem. (5) He started a new league. (6) It was called the All-American Girls Professional Baseball League (AAGPBL). (7) To find good players, he scouted women’s softball clubs. (8) They were very popular at that time. (9) The AAGPBL was a hit. (10) In 1948, the year in which the league reached its high point of popularity, more than a million fans came to watch AAGPBL games. (11) The league produced many fine players, including Mary “Bonnie” Baker. (12) Dorothy Kamenshek was also a fine player. (13) After World War II ended, the AAGPBL declined in popularity. (14) In 1954, the league was disbanded. Which is the most effective way to combine sentences (1) and (2)? Many American men were drafted during World War II, or many other men volunteered to serve. Many American men were drafted during World War II, and many other men volunteered to serve. During World War II, many men were drafted yet many others volunteering to serve. During World War II, many men were drafted, others volunteering to serve.
anonymous
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Read the passage. (1) Many American men were drafted during World War II. (2) Many other men volunteered to serve. (3) In fact, so many men entered the armed services that professional baseball experienced a shortage of good players. (4) Philip K. Wrigley had an interesting solution to the problem. (5) He started a new league. (6) It was called the All-American Girls Professional Baseball League (AAGPBL). (7) To find good players, he scouted women’s softball clubs. (8) They were very popular at that time. (9) The AAGPBL was a hit. (10) In 1948, the year in which the league reached its high point of popularity, more than a million fans came to watch AAGPBL games. (11) The league produced many fine players, including Mary “Bonnie” Baker. (12) Dorothy Kamenshek was also a fine player. (13) After World War II ended, the AAGPBL declined in popularity. (14) In 1954, the league was disbanded. Which is the most effective way to combine sentences (7) and (8)? To find good players, he scouted, women’s softball clubs being very popular at that time. To find good players, he scouted women’s softball clubs, which were very popular at that time. To find good players, he scouted women’s softball clubs very popular at that time. To find good players, he scouted women’s softball clubs, and they were very popular at that time.
anonymous
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anyone pleaseeee help
_fluffeh_
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Tempted by the delicious-looking chocolate, I let my diet go out the window. Paula always knows the next hit song, because she has an aunt in the music industry. Many American men were drafted during World War II, and many other men volunteered to serve. To find good players, he scouted women’s softball clubs, which were very popular at that time.
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btw you give medals by selecting 'Best Response'
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i really hope i helped :)
anonymous
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i have one more
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yes you really did thank you so much
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anonymous
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ead the passage. (1) William Shakespeare was born in 1564 in Stratford-upon-Avon. (2) It is a town in England. (3) He is believed to have attended the King’s New School there from age seven to age fourteen. (4) Teachers were strict in Shakespeare’s day. (5) The school day was long. (6) In the summer, school started at 6 a.m. (7) School did not end until 5 p.m. (8) In the winter, the school day was an hour or two shorter. (9) At age nine, students began learning Latin. (10) It was the language of international affairs. (11) In school, students spoke Latin. (12) Teachers also spoke Latin. (13) Students caught speaking English in school were punished. Which is the most effective way to combine sentences (9) and (10)? At age nine, students began learning Latin, which was the language of international affairs. Since age nine students began learning Latin, and it was the language of international affairs. At age nine, students began learning Latin, and it was the language of international affairs. Beginning to learn Latin at age nine because it was the language of international affairs.
anonymous
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if you dont know just give me your best guess
_fluffeh_
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At age nine, students began learning Latin, which was the language of international affairs.
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well :) keep it up guys great work @_fluffeh_
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Thank You :)
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@_fluffeh_ i got a 60 and i needed 70 to pass

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