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A restrictive clause is one that A. should be set off by commas. B. usually occurs at the beginning of a sentence. C. functions as an adverb. D. limits the meaning of the word it describes.
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A restrictive clause is one that: D. limits the meaning of the word it describes.
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A restrictive clause is one that A. should be set off by commas. B. usually occurs at the beginning of a sentence. C. functions as an adverb. D. limits the meaning of the word it describes.
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Which of the following represents a list of common nouns? A. child, adult, nurse, doctor, County Hospital B. book, paper, author, Hemingway, manuscript C. spoon, fork, knife, park, picnic D. cup, plate, Tupperware, Rubbermaid, party
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The list of common nouns is: C. spoon, fork, knife, park, picnic.
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