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Q: 3. Which of the following is true regarding a restrictive adjectival clause? A. It will follow a general noun and is not set off by commas. B. It will be set off by commas. C. It will
typically include the relative pronoun which. D. It will follow a proper noun.
A: A. It will follow a general noun and is not set off by commas.
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User: Which of the following sentences is correctly punctuated? A. Mr. Jones visited the YMCA before becoming a member. B. The company held it's annual party at the convention center. C. Mary remembered to buy milk didn't she? D. The local police asked the F.B.I. to assist with the case.

User: 3. Which of the following is true regarding a restrictive adjectival clause? A. It will follow a general noun and is not set off by commas. B. It will be set off by commas. C. It will typically include the relative pronoun which. D. It will follow a proper noun.

Weegy: A. It will follow a general noun and is not set off by commas.
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User: 4. Which of the following pairs of ideas could be combined into a compound sentence? (Remember that only related ideas should be joined into a compound sentence.) A. The days became longer. The children could play outside later. B. We watched the news on television. The girls walked quickly to school. C. The weather had changed. The house seemed deserted. D. The street lights were dim. The play was a success.

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