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Regarding the appropriate use of parentheses, all of the following statements are correct, except which one? A. Parentheses may be used to de-emphasize some portion of a sentence. B. Parentheses may be used to emphasize a counter argument. C. Parentheses may be used to enclose and provide supplemental information. D. Parentheses may be used to explain a phrase or clause.
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Regarding the appropriate use of parentheses, all of the following statements are correct, except Parentheses may be used to de-emphasize some portion of a sentence.
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A company for which you work expanded its products this year. You wish to use a form of the word great to describe how much they've expanded. To change great to an adverb, add the suffix -LY.
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Audrey said that Kyle was the most unique person she had ever met. This statement doesn't make sense because: Something is either unique or not unique.

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Audrey said that Kyle was the most unique person she had even met. Why doesn't this statement make sense? A. What is unique to Audrey may not be unique to others. B. Kyle is probably not unique. C. Something is either unique or not unique. D. No person is truly unique
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