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Which sentence contains repetitious words that should be left out? A. The bright star is visible to the eye. B. The bright star is visible. C. The star will soon disappear. D. The star was
visible centuries ago.
Which sentence contains repetitious words that should be left out: B. The bright star is visible to the eye.
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User: Which sentence contains repetitious words that should be left out? A. The bright star is visible to the eye. B. The bright star is visible. C. The star will soon disappear. D. The star was visible centuries ago.

Weegy: Which sentence contains repetitious words that should be left out: B. The bright star is visible to the eye.
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User: Which of the following is a run-on sentence? A. We like to take a walk after dinner. B. Mike joined the army, and he became more disciplined during the training. C. The house was owned by the mayor. D. Karen's uncle arrives tomorrow she wants to see him.

User: Which of the following choices best describes the error in this sentence? The man is a scientist with a keen sense of observation and who dedicates long hours in the lab. A. Uneven parallelism B. Fragment C. Dangling modifier D. Misplaced modifie

Weegy: D. Uneven parallelism best describes the error in this sentence, The man is a scientist with a keen sense of observation and who dedicates long hours in the lab.
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User: A split infinitive is an infinitive that A. is used without the word "to." B. must have a subject. C. has a word between "to" and the verb. D. is used as an adjective or a noun.

Weegy: Formed by the word to and a verb, an infinitive may be used as a noun, adjective, or adverb.
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User: How is a compound sentence formed? A. By joining two independent clauses and one dependent clause B. By joining two simple sentences with a comma and a coordinate conjunction C. By joining a dependent and independent clause with a conjunction D. By joining a simple sentence with a dependent clause





Weegy: A compound sentence is formed: B. By joining two simple sentences with a comma and a coordinate conjunction.
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User: Which of the following is a compound sentence? A. Kim will take her daughter shopping when she learns to behave in public. B. Rain and heavy winds caused damage along the coast. C. We found our way home without a map. D. Sue gave Jim a new racket, and he left for the tennis courts.

Weegy: The compound sentence is: D. Sue gave Jim a new racket, and he left for the tennis courts.
Expert answered|debnjerry|Points 52611|

User: Which of the following pairs of ideas could be combined into a compound sentence? (Remember that only related ideas should be joined into a compound sentence.) A. The street lights were dim. The play was a success. B. The days became longer. The children could play outside later. C. The weather had changed. The house seemed deserted. D. We watched the news on television. The girls walked quickly to school.

Weegy: The pair of ideas that could be combined into a compound sentence is: B. The days became longer. The children could play outside later.
Expert answered|debnjerry|Points 52611|

User: A restrictive clause is one that A. functions as an adverb. B. should be set off by commas. C. usually occurs at the beginning of a sentence. D. limits the meaning of the word it describes.

Weegy: A restrictive clause is one that: D. limits the meaning of the word it describes.
Expert answered|debnjerry|Points 52611|

User: How could you combine the following two sentences into one compound sentence? The rabbit jumped into the bushes. The dog followed it. A. The rabbit jumped into the bushes, and the dog followed it. B. The dog followed the rabbit when it jumped into the bushes. C. After the rabbit jumped into the bushes, the dog followed it. D. The dog and the rabbit jumped into the bushes.

Weegy: You would combine the two sentences: A. The rabbit jumped into the bushes, and the dog followed it.
Expert answered|debnjerry|Points 52611|



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