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Which sentence is correctly punctuated? Has to do with # 1
a) 1. She was cold, shivering, hungry, and lost. b) 2. She was cold shivering, hungry, and lost. c) 3. She was cold shivering hungry and lost. d) 4. She was, cold, shivering, hungry and lost.
Which sentence is correctly punctuated? Has to do with # 1
a) 1. It had been an exhausting day, and she was happy to relax with a mug of tea. b) 2. It had been an exhausting day, and, she was happy to relax with a mug of tea. c) 3. It had been an exhausting day and, she was happy to relax with a mug of tea. d) 4. It had been an exhausting day and she was happy to relax with a mug of tea.
Which sentence is correctly punctuated? Has to do with # 1
a) 1. By this time next month, we will be celebrating your birthday. b) 2. By this time, next month we will be celebrating your birthday. c) 3. By this time, next month, we will be celebrating your birthday. d) 4. By this time next month we will be, celebrating your birthday.
Which sentence is correctly punctuated? Has to do with # 4
a) 1. Oh, Kelly may I borrow your green dress for tomorrow? b) 2. Oh, Kelly, may I borrow your green dress for tomorrow? c) 3. Oh Kelly, may I borrow your green dress for tomorrow? d) 4. Oh Kelly may I borrow your green dress for tomorrow?
Which sentence is correctly punctuated? Has to do with # 4
a) 1. On the counter in the kitchen you will find a stack of mail. b) 2. On the counter, in the kitchen, you will find a stack of mail. c) 3. On the counter, in the kitchen you will find a stack of mail. d) 4. On the counter in the kitchen, you will find a stack of mail.
Which sentence is correctly punctuated? Has to do with # 3
a) 1. Mr. Weisblatt the piano teacher performed at Town Hall last evening. b) 2. Mr. Weisblatt, the piano teacher performed at Town Hall last evening. c) 3. Mr. Weisblatt, the piano teacher, performed at Town Hall last evening. d) 4. Mr. Weisblatt the piano teacher, performed at Town Hall last evening.
Which sentence is correctly punctuated? Has to do with # 1
a) 1. The sun is shining today, but clouds will cover the sky tomorrow. b) 2. The sun is shining today but, clouds will cover the sky tomorrow. c) 3. The sun is shining today but clouds will cover the sky tomorrow. d) 4. The sun is shining today, but, clouds will cover the sky tomorrow.
Which sentence is correctly punctuated? Has to do with # 3
a) 1. Wait Bobby, while the car warms up. b) 2. Wait Bobby while the car warms up. c) 3. Wait, Bobby, while the car warms up. d) 4. Wait, Bobby while the car warms up.
Which sentence is correctly punctuated? Has to do with # 4
a) 1. She took a can of soup opened it and poured the soup into a pan. b) 2. She took a can of soup, opened it and, poured the soup into a pan. c) 3. She took a can, of soup, opened it and poured the soup into a pan. d) 4. She took a can of soup, opened it, and poured the soup into a pan.
Which sentence is correctly punctuated? Has to do with # 4
a) 1. Where, are the keys Sonja? b) 2. Where are the keys, Sonja. c) 3. Where are the keys Sonja? d) 4. Where are the keys, Sonja?
Which sentence is correctly punctuated? Has to do with # 3
a) 1. All right, I'll meet you at 2:00 P.M.. b) 2. All right, I'll meet you at 2:00 PM c) 3. All right, I'll meet you at 2:00 P.M. d) 4. All right, I'll meet you at 2:00 PM.
Which sentence is correctly punctuated? Has to do with # 2
a) 1. Sharon Day the violinist, played beautifully tonight. b) 2. Sharon Day, the violinist, played beautifully tonight. c) 3. Sharon Day the violinist played beautifully tonight. d) 4. Sharon Day, the violinist played beautifully tonight.
Which sentence is correctly punctuated?
a) Do you know what those letters stand for, b) Do you know what those letters stand for? c) Do you k now what those letters stand for! d) Do you know what those letters stand for.
Which sentence is correctly punctuated? Has to do with number 2.
a) 1. She was born on June 18 2008, in the afternoon. b) 2. She was born on June 18, 2008, in the afternoon. c) 3. She was born on June 18 2008 in the afternoon. d) 4. She was born on June, 18, 2008, in the afternoon.
Which sentence is correctly punctuated? Has to do with # 1
a) 1. Is the Gateway Arch in St. Louis, Missouri, or Springfield, Illinois? b) 2. Is the Gateway Arch in St. Louis Missouri or Springfield, Illinois? c) 3. Is the Gateway Arch in St. Louis, Missouri or Springfield, Illinois? d) 4. Is the Gateway Arch in St. Louis Missouri, or Springfield Illinois?
Which sentence is correctly punctuated? Has to do with # 2
a) 1. Wasps ticks and mosquitoes are pests I hope to avoid when camping. b) 2. Wasps, ticks, and mosquitoes are pests I hope to avoid when camping. c) 3. Wasps, ticks and mosquitoes are pests I hope to avoid when camping. d) 4. Wasps, ticks, and mosquitoes, are pests I hope to avoid when camping.
Which sentence is correctly punctuated? Has to do with # 1
a) 1. Mail the form to Seaside Imports, Box 303, Miami, FL 33131. b) 2. Mail the form to Seaside Imports, Box 303, Miami FL 33131. c) 3. Mail the form to Seaside Imports, Box 303 Miami, FL 33131. d) 4. Mail the form to Seaside Imports Box 303 Miami, FL 33131.
Which sentence is correctly punctuated? Has to do with # 1
a) 1. Snack time had finally come but, no one had brought any snacks. b) 2. Snack time had finally come, but no one had brought any snacks. c) 3. Snack time had finally come, but, no one had brought any snacks. d) 4. Snack time had finally come but no one had brought any snacks.
Which sentence is correctly punctuated? Has to do with # 4
a) 1. She wrote down the message: Sun, Aug 10, is Maria's concert. b) 2. She wrote down the message: Sun. Aug. 10 is Maria's concert. c) 3. She wrote down the message: Sun., Aug. 10 is Maria's concert. d) 4. She wrote down the message: Sun., Aug. 10, is Maria's concert.
Which sentence is correctly punctuated? Has to do with # 3
a) 1. Javier Mendoza the man in the black shirt will be leading the orchestra, this year. b) 2. Javier Mendoza, the man in the black shirt will be leading the orchestra this year. c) 3. Javier Mendoza, the man in the black shirt, will be leading the orchestra this year. d) 4. Javier Mendoza the man in the black shirt, will be leading the orchestra this year.
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