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Which sentence is punctuated correctly? Zora said “It will take me forever to learn the Beethoven piece that my teacher assigned today!” Zora said, “it will take me forever to learn the Beethoven piece that my teacher assigned today!” Zora said, “It will take me forever to learn the Beethoven piece that my teacher assigned today!” “Zora said, it will take me forever to learn the Beethoven piece that my teacher assigned today!”

The answer to your question would be that the sentence that is punctuated correctly is the following one: Zora said, “It will take me forever to learn the Beethoven piece that my teacher assigned today!” Quotation marks are for when you want to use someone else’s words in your writing. …

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When we analyze the placement of a word within a sentence, the ideas being presented around the words and utilizing our Greek and Latin roots, we are using our _____. metaphor context clues prior knowledge critical thinking skills

This answer is obviously not “prior knowledge” because we are not robots. The question is asking what are the ideas being presented around the words called. I also had this question in my english lesson,and the correct answer is context clues. Also the word context clues is pretty self explanatory. …

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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 …

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20. Which of the following is a compound sentence? A. Do you want to go to the diner? B. After the rain stopped, the girls decided to go to the park. C. Anywhere you want to go, we will follow. D. Erin and Maria are going to the mall, and John is going to the movies.

Answered by answersmine AT 22/10/2019 – 03:45 AM Compound sentences occur when two independent sentences are combined into a single sentence. Therefor the answer is “D. Erin and Maria are going to the mall, and John is going to the movies” and “B. After the rain stopped, the girls decided …

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20. Which of these is a run-on sentence? A. You and I and the whole team will go. B. I went home and ate and ate. C. I thought about what he'd said soon I realized he was right. D. Before lunch, I played volleyball; after lunch I did again.

20. Which of these is a run-on sentence? A. You and I and the whole team will go. B. I went home and ate and ate. C. I thought about what he’d said soon I realized he was right. D. Before lunch, I played volleyball; after lunch I did again.

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20. Which of these is a run-on sentence? A. You and I and the whole team will go. B. I went home and ate and ate. C. I thought about what he'd said soon I realized he was right. D. Before lunch, I played volleyball; after lunch I did again.

20. Which of these is a run-on sentence? A. You and I and the whole team will go. B. I went home and ate and ate. C. I thought about what he’d said soon I realized he was right. D. Before lunch, I played volleyball; after lunch I did again.

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Marcus has a rope that was 75 feet long. He cut off part of the rope. After that the rope was 56 feet long. If f= the number of feet marcus cut off the rope, which mathematical sentence expresses the information above a) 75-f=56 b)75-f>56 c) f-75>56 d) f-75_56

Marcus has a rope that was 75 feet long. He cut off part of the rope. After that the rope was 56 feet long. If f= the number of feet marcus cut off the rope, which mathematical sentence expresses the information above a) 75-f=56 b)75-f>56 c) f-75>56 d) f-75_56

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During the Renaissance, many artists were trying to draw the human body more accurately. Artists like Leonardo studied the skeleton and musculature (the muscle system) to make their paintings and sculptures of the human body more realistic. Leonardo also studied birds and seashells. He conducted in-depth studies of human anatomy, much as doctors did. He filled notebooks with detailed drawings of bones, muscles, and internal organs Which sentence is not part of the focus? A. Artists like Leonardo studied the skeleton and musculature… B. He filled notebooks with detailed drawings… C. He conducted in-depth studies of human anatomy, much as doctors did. D. Leonardo also studied birds and seashells.

During the Renaissance, many artists were trying to draw the human body more accurately. Artists like Leonardo studied the skeleton and musculature (the muscle system) to make their paintings and sculptures of the human body more realistic. Leonardo also studied birds and seashells. He conducted in-depth studies of human anatomy, …

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The Peasants’ Revolt provided a glimpse at how local governance could lead to __________. Which option correctly completes the sentence? a new form of government ruled by knights a society where power could be wrested from the nobility the decline of the power of the Church of England the elimination of the clan system

Answered by answersmine AT 22/10/2019 – 04:06 AM If my memory serves me well, the Peasants’ Revolt provided a glimpse at how local governance could lead to a society where power could be wrested from the nobility. The Peasants’ Revolt is the most serious uprising in medieval England.  An army of peasants …

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What’s the correct way to rewrite the following sentence? The chef tasted the soup taking a tiny sip. A. Taking a tiny sip, the chef tasted the soup. B. Tasting the soup, a tiny sip was taken by the chef. C. The chef tasted the soup and taking a tiny sip. D. The soup was tasted by the chef in a tiny sip.

Answered by answersmine AT 22/10/2019 – 04:06 AM First off, you can rule out B and C. They simply do not make sense. Between A and D, it seems that D has a misplaced modifier by saying “in a tiny sip.” a “tiny sip” is being used as a noun …

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Read the sentence and answer the question. Nine more pilots were selected in 1962 fourteen were chosen in 1963. Which correctly shows where a semicolon is needed in the sentence? Nine more pilots were selected; in 1962 fourteen were chosen in 1963. Nine more pilots were selected in 1962 fourteen were chosen; in 1963. Nine more pilots were selected in 1962; fourteen were chosen in 1963. Nine more pilots; were selected in 1962 fourteen were chosen in 1963. Description

Read the sentence and answer the question. Nine more pilots were selected in 1962 fourteen were chosen in 1963. Which correctly shows where a semicolon is needed in the sentence? Nine more pilots were selected; in 1962 fourteen were chosen in 1963. Nine more pilots were selected in 1962 fourteen …

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Read the sentence and answer the question. Neither light nor moisture is good for food preservation so most food products are packaged immediately after they are processed. Which correctly shows where a comma is needed in the sentence? Neither light nor moisture is good for food preservation, so most food products are packaged immediately after they are processed. Neither light nor moisture is good for food preservation so most food products are packaged, immediately after they are processed. Neither light nor moisture, is good for food preservation so most food products are packaged immediately after they are processed. Neither light nor moisture is good, for food preservation so most food products are packaged immediately after they are processed.

The sentence that correctly shows where a comma is needed in the sentence is Neither light nor moisture is good for food preservation, so most food products are packaged immediately after they are processed. because “neither light nor moisture is good for preservation” is another sentence and must be added …

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Read the sentence and answer the question. All astronauts had master’s or doctorate degrees, but only two were jet pilots consequently, the astronauts with no flight experience had to complete one year of flight training. Which correctly shows where a semicolon is needed in the sentence? All astronauts had master’s or doctorate degrees, but only two were jet pilots consequently, the astronauts with no flight experience had to; complete one year of flight training. All astronauts had master’s or doctorate degrees, but only two were jet pilots consequently, the astronauts; with no flight experience had to complete one year of flight training. All astronauts had master’s or doctorate degrees, but; only two were jet pilots consequently, the astronauts with no flight experience had to complete one year of flight training. All astronauts had master’s or doctorate degrees, but only two were jet pilots; consequently, the astronauts with no flight experience had to complete one year of flight training. Description

Answer: The answer to your question would be that the sentence that correctly shows where a semicolon is needed in the sentence is the following one: All astronauts had master’s or doctorate degrees, but only two were jet pilots; consequently, the astronauts with no flight experience had to complete one …

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This country severely restricted the rights of its nonwhite citizens under a policy called apartheid, but since 1997 has made progress towards equality. The country described in the sentence above is __________. A. Kenya B. Somalia C. South Africa D. Sudan

The correct answer is C. South Africa Explanation: “The apartheid” was a legislation system that promoted racial segregation and that took place from 1948 to 1990 in South Africa. During this period, the country legislation was based on “white supremacy” which is the idea that white people are superior and …

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Read the sentence. jesse felt irritable overwhelmed and frustrated as he entered the building. according to the elements of style, what is the correct way to punctuate this sentence? jesse felt irritable overwhelmed, and frustrated as he entered the building. jesse felt irritable, overwhelmed, and frustrated as he entered the building. jesse felt irritable, overwhelmed and frustrated as he entered the building. no change

Answer: Jesse felt irritable, overwhelmed and frustrated as he entered the building. Explanation: The basic rules for a list of three or more items apply here: each item is separated from the next by a comma, except the penultimate, which is joined to the last item of the list with …

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