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Q: From the perspective of Hans Eysenck, a person who is restless, impulsive, optimistic, and active fits the _______ personality type. A. unstable extrovert B. stable introvert C. stable extrovert D.
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A: A. unstable extrovert. From the perspective of Hans Eysenck, a person who is restless, impulsive, optimistic, and active fits the unstable extrovert personality type.
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The sentence in which there agreement between the subject and the verb is: A. Either Mavis or Cameron is responsible for answering the phone.
Added 11/22/2012 7:35:50 PM
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The manager will be out of town he won't be back until Monday.
A semicolon needs to be placed between town and he, as it separates two independent clauses.
The manager will be out of town; he won't be back until Monday.
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