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Which of these sentences is correct or illustrates the best style? (Points : 1) When the football game was over, I finally got off of the couch. When the football game was over, I
finally got up off of the couch. When the football game was over, I finally got off the couch.
B. When the football game was over, I finally got up off of the couch.
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User: Which of these sentences is correct or illustrates the best style? (Points : 1) Greg got a new job. He had an interview on Monday. The company hired him that day. Greg got a new job. He had an interview on Monday, and the company hired him that same day. When Greg went to a job interview on Monday, they hired him that same day.

User: Which of these sentences is correct or illustrates the best style? (Points : 1) When the football game was over, I finally got off of the couch. When the football game was over, I finally got up off of the couch. When the football game was over, I finally got off the couch.

Weegy: B. When the football game was over, I finally got up off of the couch.
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User: Which of these sentences is correct or illustrates the best style? (Points : 1) Neither Karen nor Jodi is able to come to the phone right now. Neither Karen nor Jodi is unable to come to the phone right now. Neither Karen or Jodi can come to the phone right now.

User: Which of these sentences is correct or illustrates the best style? (Points : 1) The new employee should just learn the essentials at this time. The new employee should just learn the essentials at this point in time. The new employee should just learn the basic essentials at this time

Weegy: is this a trick question? The first one doesn't have spelling errors: The new employee should just learn the essentials at this time. okay, regardless of the spelling errors: 1. simplest, most direct (even though it can be better:P) 2. [ time is already at one "point;" you can't be at different "points" in time at the same time, so there is no need to say "at this point." 3. essentials are usually basic. Also, in the context of this sentence, it is irrelevant to state other unnecessary details. ]
Expert answered|thederby|Points 1132|

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