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Which sentence uses the demonstrative correctly? Select one of the options below as your answer: A. I still remember this wonderful day in June. B. That is Bianca’s car over there. C. What was this
noise? D. Please listen carefully. That is what I want you to do.
B. That is Bianca's car over there. uses the demonstrative correctly
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User: Which sentence uses the demonstrative correctly? Select one of the options below as your answer: A. I still remember this wonderful day in June. B. That is Bianca’s car over there. C. What was this noise? D. Please listen carefully. That is what I want you to do.

Weegy: B. That is Bianca's car over there. uses the demonstrative correctly
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User: Which sentence uses the demonstratives correctly? Select one of the options below as your answer: A. I have to get out of these wet clothes before I catch an awful cold. B. I have to get out of these wet clothes before I catch a awful cold. C. I have to get out of those wet clothes before I catch a awful cold. D. I have to get out of those wet clothes before I catch an awful cold.

Weegy: Where are the sentences? Please give the complete question.
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User: Which sentence uses the demonstratives correctly? Select one of the options below as your answer: A. I have to get out of these wet clothes before I catch an awful cold. B. I have to get out of these wet clothes before I catch a awful cold. C. I have to get out of those wet clothes before I catch a awful cold. D. I have to get out of those wet clothes before I catch an awful cold.

Weegy: Where are the sentences? Please give the complete question.
Sting|Points 4434|

User: Which sentence uses the demonstrative correctly? Select one of the options below as your answer: A. Did you ask Dad if he was finished reading that newspaper before you cut it up for your science project? B. Did you ask Dad if he was finished reading this newspaper before you cut it up for your science project? C. Did you ask Dad if he was finished reading the newspaper before you cut it up for your science project?

Weegy: A sentence which use the demonstrative correctly is C. Did you ask Dad if he was finished reading the newspaper before you cut it up for your science project? [smile]
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