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Q: Identify the type of sentence: Holly has a 3.5 average, pitches on the softball team, and is always cheerful. a) simple b) complex c) compound-complex d) compound
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User: Identify the type of sentence: Holly has a 3.5 average, pitches on the softball team, and is always cheerful. a) simple b) complex c) compound-complex d) compound

Weegy: compound-complex
Expert answered|justpretty|Points 271|

User: Identify the type of sentence: We voted before Conrad arrived. a) compound b) compound-complex c) complex d) simple

Weegy: compound
Expert answered|justpretty|Points 271|

User: Identify the type of sentence: Gloria delivered orders and bussed the tables the entire shift. a) simple b) compound-complex c) complex d) compound

Weegy: By the way, the answer to the previous one is Complex. For this one its compound.
Expert answered|justpretty|Points 271|

User: Identify the subject: Get me more popcorn, please. a) more b) me c) you (implied) d) popcorn

Weegy: D. Popcorn
Expert answered|justpretty|Points 271|

User: Identify the selection that contains a fragment. a) To help disaster victims, the government set aside emergency funds for them. b) To help disaster victims, the government set aside emergency funds. c) The government wanted to help disaster victims. It set aside emergency funds. d) To help disaster victims. The government set aside emergency funds.

Weegy: b) To help disaster victims, the government set aside emergency funds.
Expert answered|justpretty|Points 271|

User: Identify the sentence with correct pronoun-antecedent agreement. a) Each of the women said she’s were taking a taxi. b) Each of the women said she was taking a taxi. c) Each of the women said her was taking a taxi. d) Each of the women said they were taking a taxi.

Weegy: b) Either Leroy or Mark will lend me his notes
Expert answered|taben29|Points 587|

User: Identify the sentence that uses pronouns correctly. a) If they don't buy tickets in advance, you won't get in. b) If them don’t buy tickets in advance, you won’t get in. c) If you don't buy tickets in advance, you won't get in. d) If we don’t buy tickets in advance, them won’t get in.

Weegy: a. If they don't buy tickets in advance, you won't get in.
Expert answered|taben29|Points 587|

User: Identify the selection that contains a fragment. a) She is bringing Eric, and I met him once before. b) She is bringing Eric. Whom I met once before. c) She is bringing Eric. I met him once before. d) She is bringing Eric, whom I met once before.

Weegy: a) She is bringing Eric, and I met him once before.
Expert answered|taben29|Points 587|

User: Identify the sentence with correct pronoun-antecedent agreement. a) Someone left they socks and underwear in the dryer. b) Someone left his or her socks and underwear in the dryer. c) Someone left their socks and underwear in the dryer. d) Someone left them socks and underwear in the dryer.

Weegy: b) Someone left his or her socks and underwear in the dryer.
Expert answered|bounty74|Points 40|

User: Identify the sentence that uses pronouns correctly. a) In a new study on aerobic exercise, us say even a little does a lot of good. b) Their is a new study on aerobic exercise; it says even a little does a lot of good. c) A new study on aerobic exercise says even a little is good for me. d) In a new study on aerobic exercise, them says even a little does a lot of good.

Weegy: c) A new study on aerobic exercise says even a little is good for me.
Expert answered|bounty74|Points 40|

User: Identify the sentence that uses pronouns correctly. a) When students work, he have to learn to manage his time. b) When a student works, they have to learn to manage their time. c) When students work, them have to learn to manage his time. d) When students work, they have to learn to manage their time.

Weegy: d) When students work, they have to learn to manage their time.
Expert answered|bounty74|Points 40|

User: Identify the sentence that is not a run-on and is punctuated correctly. a) Tina dropped out of school; she picks beans now. b) Tina dropped out of school moreover, she picks beans now. c) Tina dropped out of school she picks beans now. d) Tina dropped out of school so she picks beans to make money.

Weegy: a) Tina dropped out of school; she picks beans now.
Expert answered|bounty74|Points 40|

User: Identify the sentence that is not a run-on. a) Once you know the answer, the solution is easy and obvious it is the fact. b) Once you know the answer the solution is easy it's obvious. c) Once you know the answer, the solution is easy. In fact, it's obvious. d) Once you know the answer the solution is easy in fact it's obvious.

Weegy: c) Once you know the answer, the solution is easy. In fact, it's obvious.
Expert answered|bounty74|Points 40|

User: Identify the sentence that uses pronouns correctly. a) He should open a savings account because them needs an emergency fund. b) You should open a savings account so that you have an emergency fund. c) You should open a savings account because me should have us an emergency fund. d) Us should open a savings account because a person should have an emergency fund

Weegy: b) You should open a savings account so that you have an emergency fund.
Expert answered|bounty74|Points 40|

User: Identify the sentence with correct subject-verb agreement. a) There was milk, cookies, and fruit on the table. b) There is milk, cookies, and fruit on the table. c) There are milk, cookies, and fruit on the table. d) There be milk, cookies, and fruit on the table.

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Asked 4/6/2012 4:19:42 PM
Updated 4/15/2014 7:05:33 AM
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Holly has a 3.5 average, pitches on the softball team, and is always cheerful. This is a COMPOUND SENTENCE.
Added 4/15/2014 6:59:19 AM
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We voted before Conrad arrived.
This is a COMPLEX sentence.
Added 4/15/2014 6:59:36 AM
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Gloria delivered orders and bussed the tables the entire shift.
This is a SIMPLE sentence with compound verb.
Added 4/15/2014 7:00:11 AM
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The sentence that contains a fragment is:
To help disaster victims. The government set aside emergency funds.
Added 4/15/2014 7:01:25 AM
This answer has been confirmed as correct and helpful.
3
The sentence with correct pronoun-antecedent form is:
Each of the women said she was taking a taxi.
Added 4/15/2014 7:02:10 AM
This answer has been confirmed as correct and helpful.
3
The sentence that uses pronouns correctly is:
If you don't buy tickets in advance, you won't get in.
Added 4/15/2014 7:03:42 AM
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3
The sentence that contains a fragment is:
She is bringing Eric. Whom I met once before.
Added 4/15/2014 7:04:17 AM
This answer has been confirmed as correct and helpful.
3
The sentence with correct subject-verb agreement is:
There are milk, cookies, and fruit on the table.
Added 4/15/2014 7:05:33 AM
This answer has been confirmed as correct and helpful.
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