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Which pronoun best completes the sentence? Skateboarding down the sidewalk were Jonathan and __________ .
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User: Which pronoun best completes the sentence? Skateboarding down the sidewalk were Jonathan and __________ .

Weegy: Skateboarding down the sidewalk were Jonathan and I. (could also be he or she, depending on the options given).
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User: Which pronoun best completes the sentence? Each of the boys had prepared ______ remarks well.

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Each of the boys had prepared HIS remarks well.
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Which sentence is not punctuated correctly? A. I really like eating raw vegetables, however, for some reason, I prefer my carrots cooked. B. Ms. Davis, a well-known zoologist, spoke at the seminar; she didn't bring any animals. C. She has gone to school in Paris, France; London, England; and Boise, Idaho. D. I think I saw your parents leaving the mall last night; they were in a light green minivan.
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The following sentence is not punctuated correctly: She has gone to school in Paris, France; London, England; and Boise, Idaho.
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The sentence that is not punctuated correctly is:
I really like eating raw vegetables, however, for some reason, I prefer my carrots cooked. A conjunctive adverb (however) in a compound sentence should be preceded by a semicolon.
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