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Q: Identify the sentence with all words spelled correctly. a) Is it acceptable to trick someone in order to embarrass him or her? b) Is it acceptible to trick someone in order to embarass him or
her? c) Is it acceptable to trick someone in order to embarass him or her? d) Is it exceptable to trick someone in order to embarrass him or her?
A: The sentence with all words spelled correctly is: a) Is it acceptable to trick someone in order to embarrass him or her?
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User: Identify the sentence with all words spelled correctly. a) Is it acceptable to trick someone in order to embarrass him or her? b) Is it acceptible to trick someone in order to embarass him or her? c) Is it acceptable to trick someone in order to embarass him or her? d) Is it exceptable to trick someone in order to embarrass him or her?

Weegy: The answer is C.
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The sentence with all words spelled correctly is: a) Is it acceptable to trick someone in order to embarrass him or her?
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