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Identify the sentence with the correct punctuation. a) Owen gently reached for Sheila (Sheila cautiously reached back). b) Owen gently reached: for Sheila: Sheila cautiously reached back. c) Owen gently reached for Sheila; Sheila cautiously reached back. d) Owen gently reached for Sheila: Sheila cautiously reached back
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User: Identify the sentence with the correct punctuation. a) Owen gently reached for Sheila (Sheila cautiously reached back). b) Owen gently reached: for Sheila: Sheila cautiously reached back. c) Owen gently reached for Sheila; Sheila cautiously reached back. d) Owen gently reached for Sheila: Sheila cautiously reached back

Weegy: d) Owen gently reached for Sheila; Sheila cautiously reached back.
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User: Identify the sentence with the correct final punctuation. a) I asked who invited Tina? b) I asked who invited Tina. c) I asked who invited Tina— d) I asked who invited Tina!

Weegy: d) Owen gently reached for Sheila; Sheila cautiously reached back.
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User: Identify the sentence with the correct final punctuation. a) I asked who invited Tina? b) I asked who invited Tina. c) I asked who invited Tina— d) I asked who invited Tina!

Weegy: d) Owen gently reached for Sheila; Sheila cautiously reached back.
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User: Identify the sentence with the correct punctuation. a) Wilma had two goals to reach the summit—and to get back down. b) Wilma had two goals; to reach the summit and to get back down. c) Wilma had two goals - to reach the summit - and to get back down. d) Wilma had two goals: to reach the summit and to get back down.

Weegy: d) Wilma had two goals; to reach the summit and to get back down.
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The sentence with the correct final punctuation.
I asked who invited Tina.
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The sentence with the correct punctuation is:
Wilma had two goals: to reach the summit and to get back down.
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The correct sentence is b) She said she'd be ready at 8:00.
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Identify the sentence that uses commas correctly. a) No I didn't hear her, come in. b) No, I didn’t hear her, come in. c) No, I didn't hear her come in. d) No, I didn’t, hear her come in.
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