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Which of these is most characteristic of the writers of the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries? They were involved in and wrote about their changing world. Their art was politically motivated. Their art focused on the duality of good and evil. They wrote about the moral decay they saw around them.
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Although Toby mows the lawn. What does this "sentence" need to make it complete? a dependent clause a subject nothing—it is complete an independent clause
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Although Toby mows the lawn. This sentence needs an independent clause to make it complete.
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Although Toby mows the lawn. What does this "sentence" need to make it complete? a dependent clause a subject nothing—it is complete an independent clause
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Although Toby mows the lawn.
This sentence needs an independent clause to make it complete.
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The researcher should avoid using editorials as sources because they contain more opinion than fact. True False
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