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Q: Identify the sentence with the correct word choice. a) Sadly, I except your resignation. b) Sadly, I excel your resignation. c) Sadly, I accept your resignation. d) Sadly, I assail your
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User: Identify the sentence with the correct word choice. a) Sadly, I except your resignation. b) Sadly, I excel your resignation. c) Sadly, I accept your resignation. d) Sadly, I assail your resignation.

Weegy: The sentence with the correct word choice is: Sadly, I accept your resignation.
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User: Identify the sentence written in standard English. a) Barry drug the trunk across the room. b) Barry be dragging the trunk across the room. c) Barry drugged the trunk across the room. d) Barry dragged the trunk across the room.

User: Identify the sentence written in standard English. a) Barry drug the trunk across the room. b) Barry be dragging the trunk across the room. c) Barry drugged the trunk across the room. d) Barry dragged the trunk across the room.

Weegy: d)The sentence written in standard English is: Barry dragged the trunk across the room.
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User: Identify the sentence that is parallel. a) The dogs ran for the sprinkler, and the children chased them. b) The dogs ran for the sprinkler and children. c) The dogs ran for the sprinkler and were chased by children. d) The dogs ran for the sprinkler, and they were chased by the children.

Weegy: d) The dogs ran for the sprinkler and were chased by children.
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User: Identify the sentence that is parallel. a) The dogs ran for the sprinkler, and the children chased them. b) The dogs ran for the sprinkler and children. c) The dogs ran for the sprinkler and were chased by children. d) The dogs ran for the sprinkler, and they were chased by the children.

Weegy: d) The dogs ran for the sprinkler and were chased by children.
uxiali|Points 536|

User: Identify the sentence with the correct word choice. a) Brett did bad on his final exam. b) Brett did well on his final exam. c) Brett did poor on his final exam. d) Brett did good on his final exam.

Weegy: d) Brett did good on his final exam.
Expert answered|cham718|Points 547|

User: Identify the sentence with the correct word choice. a) Brett did bad on his final exam. b) Brett did well on his final exam. c) Brett did poor on his final exam. d) Brett did good on his final exam.

Weegy: Bret Michaels (Sychak) was born on March 15, 1963 in Butler, Pennsylvania. He is best known as the lead vocalist of the glam metal band Poison.
Expert answered|cham718|Points 547|



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The sentence with the correct word choice is: b) Brett did well on his final exam.
Good is an adjective, well is an adverb.
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The sentence that is parallel is: The dogs ran for the sprinkler, and the children chased them.
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