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Identify the selection that contains a fragment. a) You're up. Please let the dog in. b) While you’re up, can you please let the dog in? c) While you're up. Please let the dog in. d) While you're up, please let the dog in.
The selection that contains a fragment is: c) While you're up. Please let the dog in.
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The selection that contains a fragment is:
c) While you're up. Please let the dog in.
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Identify the sentence with parallel structure. a) Ellen loves to camp, skiing, and dune-buggy riding. b) Ellen loves camping, to go skiing, and to go dune-buggy riding. c) Ellen loves camping, skiing, and to go dune-buggy riding. d) Ellen loves camping, skiing, and dune-buggy riding.
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The sentence with parallel structure is:
d) Ellen loves camping, skiing, and dune-buggy riding.
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Weegy: b) While walking home, Mike looked down, found a dollar, at the ground. (More)
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The sentence that clearly states its meaning is:
c) Walking home, Mike looked down at the ground and found a dollar.
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My car is in the shop and needs work. - is the sentence with consistent verb tenses.
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