cmtboy2
  • cmtboy2
ill fan and maybe ill give a medal if you have the right answer
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cmtboy2
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cmtboy2
  • cmtboy2
ya y b
cmtboy2
  • cmtboy2
ya but first tell me why do you think it's b

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mathmale
  • mathmale
Hold it, please. This is not a place to ask for answers or to give direct answers. You need to discuss HOW to arrive at the correct answer, not guess it.
cmtboy2
  • cmtboy2
I ask y do you think it b
mathmale
  • mathmale
Is this sentence properly written and punctuated, or is it not? Why?
anonymous
  • anonymous
BECAUSE I HAVE DONE THIS PROBLEM BEFORE
mathmale
  • mathmale
discuss that question, both of you.
cmtboy2
  • cmtboy2
I don't bleve you @khinh2.0
cmtboy2
  • cmtboy2
@khinh2.0 lev I just want help from @mathmale
cmtboy2
  • cmtboy2
Is the placement of the adjective clause in the sentence correct or incorrect? Many of the families who live in the neighborhood were there. A. incorrectly placed B. correctly placed
mathmale
  • mathmale
And I'm glad to provide it. Read the sentence given you in this problem How does it sound to you? Good? Not so good? If not so good, why is it not so good?
anonymous
  • anonymous
OK BYE
cmtboy2
  • cmtboy2
were w'er they
anonymous
  • anonymous
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cmtboy2
  • cmtboy2
it's a
anonymous
  • anonymous
HAPPY FACE
cmtboy2
  • cmtboy2
lave now
mathmale
  • mathmale
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cmtboy2
  • cmtboy2
Is the placement of the adjective clause in the sentence correct or incorrect? Many of the families who live in the neighborhood were there. A. incorrectly placed B. correctly placed it's a
cmtboy2
  • cmtboy2
right
mathmale
  • mathmale
As before, I'm asking you to explain why you chose a instead of b.
cmtboy2
  • cmtboy2
@mathmale it's a right
mathmale
  • mathmale
I want to help, but my saying "right" or "wrong" is not help. It lets you avoid thinking about your choices before you make your choice. So, why do you think the correct answer is a instead of b?
cmtboy2
  • cmtboy2
what one are you on
anonymous
  • anonymous
THATS NOT NICE
mathmale
  • mathmale
We should have finished the first one before tackling the second. currently I'm looking at "Many of the families who live in the neighborhood were there"
anonymous
  • anonymous
GOOD DAY
cmtboy2
  • cmtboy2
that a it don't tell were they all are
mathmale
  • mathmale
Everything you need to know to answer this question is already present: "Is the placement of the adjective clause in the sentence correct or incorrect? Many of the families who live in the neighborhood were there."
mathmale
  • mathmale
Is the "Many of ... " sentence correct or incorrect? Why?
mathmale
  • mathmale
Which sentence is better, and why? 1) Many of the families who live in the neighborhood were there. 2) Many of the families were there who live in the neighborhood.
cmtboy2
  • cmtboy2
incorrect because many is spustto be many('s)
mathmale
  • mathmale
the focus here, cmtboy2, is the proper placement of adjective clauses; it has nothing to do with spelling.
mathmale
  • mathmale
Which sentences could be correct and which could not? 1) Many of the families who live in the neighborhood. 2) Many of the families were there.
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  • IMAKEITRAINMONEY
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