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The store is usually open by now, but the owners may be on vacation, or maybe they’re just late today. a. Simple b. Compound
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User: The store is usually open by now, but the owners may be on vacation, or maybe they’re just late today. a. Simple b. Compound

Weegy: The store is usually open by now, but the owners may be on vacation, or maybe they re just late today. The answer is compound.



User: A typical interaction involves a verbal exchange between two or more characters.

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