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The answer is B. because the clause "The places I most want to visit are many," is a complete sentence, and can stand by itself.
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The answer is B again because, "Edison was known for his hard work," is another clause that is can stand alone as a complete sentence. When using colons, look at the part of the sentence before it and check if it can stand alone. If it does, then it's correct.
Do you need a better explanation? The question gives you what you need to find the answer, and I've given you two of the answers with the explanation too, bro, you should be able to answer it.
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Which one sounds like the part before the colon can stand as a complete sentence?
"There are some good things to do before a test," "For the test, please," "Before the test, remember to," Which one sounds like it could be a regular sentence? The second one doesn't sound right, does it? Please what? Try it! I eliminated that one for you.