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Which revision corrects the punctuation errors in this complex sentence with two dependent clauses? We picked these apples, when we went upstate which was on Tuesday. Remove the comma after “apples” and put a comma after “upstate.” Leave the comma after “apples” and add a comma after “upstate.” Remove the comma after “apples” and do not add any other commas. Remove the comma after “apples” and add a comma after “was.”


The answer to your question would be that the revision that corrects the punctuation errors in the sentence is the following one: Remove the comma after “apples” and put a comma after “upstate.”

The first comma should be removed (the one after apples) because it provides information that is considered essential to the meaning of the sentence, it states the time when they picked the apples. Then, there should be a comma after “upstate” because the information that follows (a relative clause further specifying the date) is non essential. As such, it should be separated from the rest of the sentence.

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Which of these corrects the shift of voice in the following sentence? Everyone feels attached to material things, but hoarders are adversely affected by it. An attachment to material things is felt, but it adversely affects hoarders. An attachment to material things is felt by everyone, but it adversely affects hoarders. Everyone feels attached to material things, but hoarders are adversely affected. Everyone feels attached to material things, but it adversely affects hoarders.


Which of these corrects the shift of voice in the following sentence? Everyone feels attached to material things, but hoarders are adversely affected by it. An attachment to material things is felt, but it adversely affects hoarders. An attachment to material things is felt by everyone, but it adversely affects hoarders. Everyone feels attached to material things, but hoarders are adversely affected. Everyone feels attached to material things, but it adversely affects hoarders.