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Q: Identify the type of sentence. Have you read "Composed upon Westminster Bridge" by William Wordsworth? simple sentence compound sentence complex sentence compound-complex
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User: Identify the type of sentence. Have you read "Composed upon Westminster Bridge" by William Wordsworth? simple sentence compound sentence complex sentence compound-complex

Weegy: Simple Sentence
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User: Select the proper description of the following group of words. Baby crabs scuttled for shelter under the rocks and shells. fragment: contains no subject fragment: contains no predicate complete sentence

Weegy: It is a complete sentence.
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User: 1. take away, limit, or oppose meanwhile 2. add ideas in other words 3. show time relation in the distance 4. show space relation furthermore 5. indicate order for instance 6. show a consequence but 7. repetition of an idea therefore 8. introduce an illustration first

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