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Which of the following correctly uses a transitional word or phrase? A. Sadly, Mark broke his leg during the performance. The director regretted casting him in the part. B. Kara has been
happily trying lots of new activities lately. For example, she took up needlepoint on the advice of her counselor. C. The floodwaters receded. The bridge could be inspected. D. First impressions are so important in both personal and professional life. Addison shaved off his beard.
The answer is B. Kara has been happily trying lots of new activities lately. For example, she took up needlepoint on the advice of her counselor.
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User: Which of the following correctly uses a transitional word or phrase? A. Sadly, Mark broke his leg during the performance. The director regretted casting him in the part. B. Kara has been happily trying lots of new activities lately. For example, she took up needlepoint on the advice of her counselor. C. The floodwaters receded. The bridge could be inspected. D. First impressions are so important in both personal and professional life. Addison shaved off his beard.

Weegy: The answer is B. Kara has been happily trying lots of new activities lately. For example, she took up needlepoint on the advice of her counselor.
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User: To compose strong, compelling sentences, avoid using A. clauses as modifiers. B. forms of the verb to be. C. short, simple sentences. D. dependent clauses.

Weegy: To compose strong, compelling sentences, avoid using A. clauses as modifiers.
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Weegy: D. topic sentence can be used for both organizing and revising an essay.
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