anonymous
  • anonymous
An elongated hyphen would make this sentence grammatically correct: On a hot summer day the little kids could only think of one way to cool off popsicles. Which sentence demonstrates the correct use of an elongated hyphen? answers in comments
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anonymous
  • anonymous
On a hot summer day the little kids could only think of one way to cool off – popsicles. On a hot summer – day the little kids could only think of one way to cool off popsicles. On a hot summer day the little – kids could only think of one way to cool off popsicles. On a hot summer day the little kids could only think of one – way to cool off popsicles.
anonymous
  • anonymous
@maddie82502 @nada.abdalla
kingkas
  • kingkas
It would be "cool off - popsicles."

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maddie82502
  • maddie82502
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