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[1] Each of the students in the English classroom has completed their research paper. [2] All of the English teachers are so pleased, they are going to give the students their grades early. Which change corrects the pronoun error above? A.changing "Each" to "All" in sentence 1; B.changing "their" to "his or her" in sentence 1; C.changing "All" to "Every one" in sentence 2; D.changing "their" to "his or her" in sentence 2
Weegy: A.changing "Each" to "All" in sentence 1B. (More)
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The change which corrects the pronoun error is: changing "their" to "his or her" in sentence 1.
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Which sentence contains an error in subject-verb agreement? A. Contestants should arrive at the television station at 4:30 p.m. B. The soccer team practices for two to three hours every afternoon. C. Our orchestra are opening the concert with music from popular movies. D. The jury agrees the man should be prosecuted to the full extent of the law.
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The sentence that contains an error in subject-verb agreement is:
Our orchestra are opening the concert with music from popular movies.
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The valence electrons occur in what part of the atom? A. the nucleus B. in each electron shell C. the outer electron shell D. the innermost electron shell
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The valence electrons occur in the outer electron shell of an atom.

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Confirmed by Andrew. [7/31/2016 6:46:58 PM]
What a prediction in science?
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In science, a prediction is a rigorous, often quantitative, statement, forecasting what will happen under specific conditions; for example, if an apple falls from a tree it will be attracted towards the center of the earth by gravity with a specified and constant acceleration. The scientific method is built on testing statements that are logical consequences of scientific theories. This is done through repeatable experiments or observational studies.
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