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In which of these sentences is the punctuation incorrect? A. Listen, oh listen, to the song of the lark! B. Well we should get started on our project. C. My brother, who works for
the government, was just promoted. D. I prefer my eggs scrambled, poached, or sunny side up
B. My brother, who works for the government, was just promoted.
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User: In which of these sentences is the punctuation incorrect? A. Listen, oh listen, to the song of the lark! B. Well we should get started on our project. C. My brother, who works for the government, was just promoted. D. I prefer my eggs scrambled, poached, or sunny side up

Weegy: B. My brother, who works for the government, was just promoted.
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User: Which one of these sentences might best end in an exclamation point? A. Saturday is the best day to visit the museum B. A raven was a distant smudge against the winter sky C. It's that man again D. Until the wind blows, I cannot fly my kite

Weegy: The answer is: C. It's that man again
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User: Which one of the following letters would be considered formal? A. A personal letter to an old friend B. A thank-you note to your grandmother C. A letter of invitation to an anniversary party D. A letter of application

Weegy: Sir/Madam the answer is letter "D. A letter of application"
Expert answered|Pinkygrl1183|Points 90|

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