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Which of these sentences uses words correctly? (Points : 1) I've always wanted to visit an historic plantation. I've always wanted to visit a historic plantation. Do you have a
hourly rate for your tours?
I've always wanted to visit a historic plantation.
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User: Which of these sentences uses words correctly? (Points : 1) I've always wanted to visit an historic plantation. I've always wanted to visit a historic plantation. Do you have a hourly rate for your tours?

Weegy: I've always wanted to visit a historic plantation.
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Weegy: My brother is a M.D.
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Which of these sentences uses words correctly? (Points : 1) When I spoke with him, Jason made an illusion to the fact that he was unpaid. When I spoke with him, Jason made an allusion to the fact that he was underpaid. When I spoke with him, Jason made a delusion to the fact that he was underpaid. >>>>> When I spoke with him, Jason made an allusion to the fact that he was underpaid
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