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Which phrases do not represent reasons for ungrammatical speech discussed in this lesson? errors made by a speaker of English as a second language errors made because of a lack of intelligence errors made by a young child overusing rules errors due to changes in grammatical structure of language errors due to usage of nonstandard English
Weegy: What is the lesson? User: Which phrases do not represent reasons for ungrammatical speech discussed in this lesson? Weegy: What is the lesson? User: Read the sentence. Check the type of ungrammatical-sounding English that it illustrates. Jane has swam the course several times. child's language grammatical error English of another place English from the past Weegy: grammatical error is the answer. (More)
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The harmonic law would suggest that Neptune will take _____ to orbit the Sun than Mercury
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According to Kepler's third law of planetary motion, the harmonic law, plants which exist further from the Sun take longer to orbit it. Therefore, the harmonic law would suggest that Neptune will take longer time to orbit the Sun than Mercury.
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Intra- means: within something.
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corpus delecti
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CORPUS DELICTI : a latin term meaning the "body of [the] crime" refers to the idea that the requisite elements of a crime must be proven before an individual can be tried for the crime.

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