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Which word means “superior skill or strength”? Select one of the options below as your answer:A. prowessB. talentedC. fearless
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Prowess means “superior skill or strength”.

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hich sentence uses a precise noun to refer to a car? Select one of the options below as your answer:A. Mark loves to drive his fancy car.B. Mark loves to drive his car.C. Mark loves to drive his luxurious car.D. Mark loves to drive his new Jetsetter Series 4.
Weegy: .C. Mark loves to drive his luxurious car. sentence uses a precise noun to refer to a car. User: Which sentence uses the word insomnia correctly? Select one of the options below as your answer:A. Ralph’s teacher told him that insomnia was not a legitimate excuse for his project being two days late.B. At the banquet, every employee received a sweatshirt with the company’s insomnia on it.C. The only negative side effect of the medication I am taking is that it causes insomnia some nights. (More)
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The sentence that uses a precise noun to refer to a car is:
D. Mark loves to drive his new Jetsetter Series 4.
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Fill in the blank with the correct pronoun. Although they are the same age, the Miller twins are taller than _____ . Select one of the options below as your answer:A. weB. usC. them
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Although they are the same age, the Miller twins are taller than "we".
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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.
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The sentence that uses demonstratives correctly is:
A. I have to get out of these wet clothes before I catch an awful cold.
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