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In this sentence, “An experienced fisherman, Jake Webb had mastered the art of patience,” the comma is used to set off a/an A. series. B. introductory phrase. C. appositive. D. transitional
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In this sentence, “An experienced fisherman, Jake Webb had mastered the art of patience,” the comma is used to set off a/an APPOSITIVE.
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User: In this sentence, “An experienced fisherman, Jake Webb had mastered the art of patience,” the comma is used to set off a/an A. series. B. introductory phrase. C. appositive. D. transitional expression.

Weegy: In this sentence, “An experienced fisherman, Jake Webb had mastered the art of patience,” the comma is used to set off a/an APPOSITIVE.
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User: Using contractions can make our writing more readable, but at the same time and in the same paragraph, not using a contraction allows us to express A. negation. B. clarity. C. emphasis. D. uncertainty.



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