What two types of grammatical errors is a nonnative speaker of English likely to make?
substitution of a simple form of a verb for all tenses
use ofain'tin place of other contracted forms
substitution of one part of speech for another
omission of an article

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1/4 + 2/4 = 3/4

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5/12 - 3/8

= 10/24 - 9/24

= 1/24

= 10/24 - 9/24

= 1/24

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3/10 - 1/4

= 6/20 - 5/20

= 1/20

= 6/20 - 5/20

= 1/20

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The common denominator between the two fractions. 1/2 and 5/6 is 6 .

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Find a common denominator between the two fractions.
1/4 and 3/5
**Weegy:** The common denominator would be: 20. [smile] **User:** Find the numerator for the equivalent fraction.
4/9 = ? / 63
**Weegy:** The correct answer for this problem would be 28. This is because 63/9 is 7. This shows you that you must multiply the known numerator by 7. 4*7=28. **User:** Subtract the following fractions. (Reduce answers to lowest terms.)
3/10 - 1/4 =
**Weegy:** 10 1/4 - 9 5/6 = 5/12 (reduced already). **User:** Add the following fractions.
3/8 + 5/12 =
**User:** Find a common denominator between the two fractions.
1/2 and 5/6
**Weegy:** The least common denominator in the fractions: 1/2 and 5/6
would be (LCD) is 6. **User:** Add the following fractions.
3/8 + 1/9 =
**User:** Score:
Add the following fractions.
1/4 + 2/4 =
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3/10 - 1/4 = 6/20 - 5/20 = 1/20

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3/8 + 5/12 =9/24 + 10/24 = 19/24

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3/8 + 1/9 = 27/72 + 8/72 = 35/72

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1/4 + 2/4 = 3/4

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The purpose of advertisements is to persuade.
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False

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Advertising pays the costs for newspapers to operate and turn a profit.
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Hierarchy is a principle of visual design. It allows designers to show the viewer which objects are most important.
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False **Weegy:** Hierarchy is a principle of visual design. It allows designers to show the viewer which objects are most important. TRUE. (More)

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What is 75% of 90? **Weegy:** 75% of 90 = 67.5 **User:** 24% of 1,321 is how much?
**Weegy:** 1 + 321 = 322 **User:** How much is 19.5% of 600? **Weegy:** 19.5% of 600 = 117 **User:** 24% of 1,321 is how much? **Weegy:** 1 + 321 = 322 **User:** 43 is 120% of what number? (More)

24% of 1,321 is 317.04

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24% of 1,321 is 317.04

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