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My puppy is well-trained; he can sit and speak. A. compound sentence B. simple sentence C. run-on sentence
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My puppy is well-trained; he can sit and speak.
This is a COMPOUND SENTENCE.

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My puppy is well-trained; he can sit and speak. A. compound sentence B. simple sentence C. run-on sentence
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What is the approximate volume of the cylinder? height = 52.2 cm; diameter = 20 cm A. 1640 cm3 B. 3300 cm3 C. 16,400 cm3 D. 65,600 cm3
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From which layer of the atmosphere do particles of air escape into space? A. troposphere B. mesosphere C. exosphere D. stratosphere
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Particles of air escape into space from exosphere.
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Yesterday during the storm, the wind blows hard, and it knocked down the fence. A. The verb tenses are consistent. B. The verb tenses shift.
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