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Q: Select the correctly punctuated sentence. Charleses' essay was much too long. Mine, on the other hand, was too short. Charles's essay was much too long. Mine, on the other hand, was too
short. Charles' essay was much too long, mine, on the other hand, was too short.
A: The correctly punctuated sentence is: Charles's essay was way too long. Mine, on the other hand, was too short.
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User: Select the correctly punctuated sentence. Its going to be a long wait the nurse confided. It's going to be a long wait, the nurse confided. "Its going to be a long wait," the nurse confided. "It's going to be a long wait," the nurse confided.

User: Select the correctly punctuated sentence. Charleses' essay was much too long. Mine, on the other hand, was too short. Charles's essay was much too long. Mine, on the other hand, was too short. Charles' essay was much too long, mine, on the other hand, was too short.

Weegy: The correctly punctuated sentence is: Charles's essay was way too long. Mine, on the other hand, was too short.
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User: Select the correctly punctuated sentence. John are you certain you understand? Emily asked. "John, are you certain you understand?" Emily asked. "John, are you certain you understand," Emily asked? "John are you certain you understand?" Emily asked. "John are you certain, you understand," Emily asked?

Weegy: The correctly punctuated sentence is: "John, are you certain you understand?" Emily asked.
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Updated 10/13/2015 7:40:00 PM
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"It's going to be a long wait," the nurse confided. -is the correctly punctuated sentence.
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