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Identify the sentence type. And yet, that awful tiger, those shrieks, that blood!
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User: Identify the sentence type. And yet, that awful tiger, those shrieks, that blood!

Weegy: And yet, that awful tiger, those shrieks, that blood is a FRAGMENT.
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User: Nonrestrictive clauses do not use commas. True False

Weegy: False. Place proper punctuation around nonrestrictive clauses, but do not place punctuation around restrictive clauses. When a nonrestrictive clause appears in the middle of a sentence, place commas around it. [ When a nonrestrictive clause appears at the end of a sentence, place a comma before it and a period after it. Do not punctuate restrictive clauses. Read more here ]
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User: Which answer combines the following ideas with an adjective clause while retaining the meaning of the original sentences? John Keats wrote poetry. He lived in the nineteenth century.

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