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Identify the sentence that is not a run-on. a) The gift shop doesn't take checks, but it accepts credit cards. b) The gift shop doesn’t take checks however it accepts credit cards. c) The
gift shop accepts credit cards it doesn't take checks. d) The gift shop doesn't take checks it accepts credit cards.
c) The gift shop doesn't take checks, but it accepts credit cards.
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User: Identify the sentence that is not a run-on. a) The gift shop doesn't take checks, but it accepts credit cards. b) The gift shop doesn’t take checks however it accepts credit cards. c) The gift shop accepts credit cards it doesn't take checks. d) The gift shop doesn't take checks it accepts credit cards.

Weegy: c) The gift shop doesn't take checks, but it accepts credit cards.
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User: Identify the sentence that clearly states its meaning. a) Grazing peacefully, we watched the herd of cattle in the pasture. b) We watched the pasture, while cattle grazing peacefully. c) We watched the herd of cattle grazing peacefully in the pasture. d) Peacefully in the pasture, we watched the herd of cattle.

Weegy: c) We watched the herd of cattle grazing peacefully in the pasture.
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User: Identify the selection that contains a fragment. a) You're up. Please let the dog in. b) While you're up. Please let the dog in. c) While you’re up, can you please let the dog in? d) While you're up, please let the dog in.

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Identify the selection that contains a fragment. a) You're up. Please let the dog in. b) While you're up. Please let the dog in. c) While you’re up, can you please let the dog in? d) While you're up, please let the dog in.
Weegy: d) While you're up, please let the dog in. (More)
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The selection that contains a fragment is: b) While you're up. Please let the dog in.
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Identify the type of sentence: You can register now, or you can register online later. User: Identify the complete verb: I have been to Chicago but not to Los Angeles.
Weegy: a) been User: Identify the type of sentence: The professor handed out the syllabus, which was 10 pages long. Weegy: It's a complex sentence with a descriptive adjective clause. (More)
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Identify the sentence that is not a run-on. a) My cousin loves sky diving yes some people are real risk-takers. b) Some people are real risk-takers my cousin loves sky diving. c) Some people are real risk-takers; my cousin loves sky diving. d) Some people are real risk-takers for example my cousin loves sky diving.
Weegy: d) Some people are real risk-takers for example my cousin loves sky diving. (More)
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The sentence that is not a run-on is: c) Some people are real risk-takers; my cousin loves sky diving.
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Identify the sentence that clearly states its meaning. a) Finding a dollar, walking home, Mike looked down at the ground. b) Mike looked down at the ground and found a dollar walking home. c) While walking home, Mike looked down, found a dollar, at the ground. d) Walking home, Mike looked down at the ground and found a dollar.
Weegy: c) While walking home, Mike looked down, found a dollar, at the ground. (More)
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Incorrect, the phrase "at the ground" needs to be connected to "looking". The position in c connects it to "found a dollar" which should be "on the ground". The most correct is d.
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Identify the sentence that clearly states its meaning. a) Finding a dollar, walking home, Mike looked down at the ground. b) Mike looked down at the ground and found a dollar walking home. c) While walking home, Mike looked down, found a dollar, at the ground. d) Walking home, Mike looked down at the ground and found a dollar.
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The sentence that clearly states its meaning is: d) Walking home, Mike looked down at the ground and found a dollar.

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