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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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User: Which of these sentences uses words correctly? (Points : 1) These are the employees that have volunteered to work on the committee. These are the employees who have volunteered to work on the committee. These are the employees which have volunteered to work on the committee





Weegy: These are the employees who have volunteered to work on the committee, is the correct sentence.
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User: 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.

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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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