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(1) As soon as Loraine arrived in town, she phoned Dee. (2) However Dee was not home. (3) Discouraged, by this Loraine walked four blocks to a coffee shop. (4) She hoped Darlene her old friend would be there. (5) When she got to the coffee shop, Loraine found that Darlene was not there. (6) Loraine asked one of the waitresses where Darlene was, and she learned that Darlene had moved to Delaware.
Weegy: Since I cannot see the choices at the end of the paragraph, I will answer it with the numbers stated. My answers are sentences 3, 4,and 6. User: 9. The first word in one of the sentences should be followed by a comma. What is that word? Weegy: here's the link that gives you idea on a proper usage of comma. User: A. However B. When C. Loraine D. She Weegy: A. However should be followed by a comma in sentence no. (2) However Dee was not home. (More)
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9. The first word in one of the sentences should be followed by a comma. What is that word? A. However B. When C. Loraine D. She
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A. Grandma had sent us cookies. B. Jessica enjoys running. C. They are walking around the lake. D. We left early.
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15. Which one of the following sentences contains a predicate adjective? A. This time I will not fail. B. Several students failed the test. C. The air feels damp. D. Ancient stones are found nearby
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