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3. What does the use of ellipses indicate in a piece of writing? A. An upcoming question B. A statement made with great emotion C. An error in the original text D. Missing words in a quotation
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User: 3. What does the use of ellipses indicate in a piece of writing? A. An upcoming question B. A statement made with great emotion C. An error in the original text D. Missing words in a quotation

Weegy: The use of ellipses in a piece of writing indicates: Missing words in a quotation.

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User: 4. What type of punctuation should not typically be used in any kind of formal or professional writing? A. Exclamation point B. Semicolon C. Question mark D. Apostrophe

Weegy: An exclamation point should not typically be used in any kind of formal or professional writing.

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User: 5. A reader can usually recognize a sentence fragment because the reader is A. confused by too many words. B. left asking questions. C. puzzled where to stop reading. D. not sure where details apply.

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A reader can usually recognize a sentence fragment because the reader is left asking questions.
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1. What's missing from the following sentence? The sparkling blue bicycle with the brand new tires and comfortable seat. A. A colon B. A modifier C. A predicate D. A subject
Weegy: A predicate is missing in the sentence "The sparkling blue bicycle with the brand new tires and comfortable seat". (More)
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6. What's the correct way to rewrite the following sentence? The chef tasted the soup taking a tiny sip. A. The soup was tasted by the chef in a tiny sip. B. Tasting the soup, a tiny sip was taken by the chef. C. The chef tasted the soup and taking a tiny sip. D. Taking a tiny sip, the chef tasted the soup.
Weegy: Taking a tiny sip, the chef tasted the soup. -is correct. User: 7. In which of the following sentences is a semicolon used correctly? A. Joe watered the garden but the plants; did not grow. B. Joe watered; the garden yet the plants did not grow. C. Joe watered the garden and; the plants did not grow. D. Joe watered the garden; however, the plants did not grow. (More)
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Joe watered the garden; however, the plants did not grow. -is where a semicolon is used correctly.
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