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Which sentence is constructed so that the modifier clearly describes the words for which it was intended? (A.)Josie polished the desk until it looked almost new. (B.)Josie polished the desk almost until it looked new.
The sentence constructed correctly is: Josie polished the desk until it looked almost new.
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The sentence constructed correctly is:
Josie polished the desk until it looked almost new.
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