1. Which statement is true about common and proper nouns?
A. A common noun usually begins with a capital letter.
B. A proper noun usually does not begin with a capital letter
C. A proper noun is more polite that a common noun
D. A proper noun is more specific than a common noun.
2. Which sentence uses the past tense of the word Bring?
A. I have brought my diary with me everyday except today.
B. I brought my diary with me yesterday.
C. I am bringing my diary today.
D. I will bring my diary tomorrow (picked this one)
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2. d isnt correct because d is talking about the FUTURE when it says "will bring". I would have to say its B.