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Caffeine affects people in different ways. In this sentence, the word affects is used (Points : 1) incorrectly – affects is usually a noun. incorrectly – affects is usually a verb. correctly – affects is usually a noun. correctly – affects is usually a verb.
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User: Caffeine affects people in different ways. In this sentence, the word affects is used (Points : 1) incorrectly – affects is usually a noun. incorrectly – affects is usually a verb. correctly – affects is usually a noun. correctly – affects is usually a verb.

Weegy: In this sentence, the word affects is used correctly ? affects is usually a verb.
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User: Overpopulation will need to be confronted; if only there were less people on the planet. Identify the best revision for this sentence: (Points : 1) Overpopulation will need to be confronted, if only there were less people on the planet. If only there were less people on the planet, overpopulation will need to be confronted. Overpopulation will need to be confronted; if there were fewer people on the planet, we would have more in the way of resources. None of the above

Weegy: Overpopulation will need to be confronted; if there were fewer people on the planet, we would have more in the way of resources.
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User: Always spell out a number in words if it begins a sentence. (Points : 1) True False

User: A general rule of thumb for using lists in a paper is to limit the number of items to ten or fewer. (Points : 1) True False

Weegy: It is TRue.
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User: Identify the sentence with the pronoun-antecedent agreement error. (Points : 1) The school board finally announced their decision Friday. He was audited because he was never on time with his taxes. The dog was running so fast that it crashed into the fence. Mary didn’t think she was in trouble, but she was in trouble.

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The sentence with the pronoun-antecedent agreement error is: The school board finally announced their decision Friday.
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The following is a compound sentence: We can go see a movie, or we can get something to eat.
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