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Q: In which sentence is race used as a noun? A. Tom will race with four other boys. B. Don't race the motor when you're starting the car. C. Tom won the race. D. If you race across town, you'll be on
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A: The sentence that uses race as a noun is: C. Tom won the race.
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User: In which sentence is race used as a noun? A. Tom will race with four other boys. B. Don't race the motor when you're starting the car. C. Tom won the race. D. If you race across town, you'll be on time.

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The sentence that uses race as a noun is: C. Tom won the race.
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