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Legal English relies on which of these for much of its specialized vocabulary? clever lawyers Latin jargon inverted funnel format
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Weegy: Legal English relies on 'clever lawyers' for much of its specialized vocabulary.
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Legal English relies on Latin for much of its vocabulary.
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Read the sentence. If you finish your yard work, you can take the car to the movie. What type of clause is underlined in this sentence? noun clause adjective clause elliptical clause adverb clause
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If you finish your yard work, you can take the car to the movie.
Clause: If you finish your yard work;
Type of clause: Adverb clause
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In which of these sentences is the pronoun used incorrectly? Jack, Greg, Josh, and me caught the 7:40 train into the city. Jack and I were headed to a Cubs game. Jack likes baseball as much as I. Greg and he went to a White Sox game yesterday
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The sentence that has incorrect pronoun usage is, "Jack, Greg, Josh, and me caught the 7:40 train into the city.". It should be "Jack, Greg, Josh, and I caught the 7:40 train into the city."
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