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Which of the following should have a hyphen? A. American president B. self evident C. written quickly D. nineteen
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User: Which of the following should have a hyphen? A. American president B. self evident C. written quickly D. nineteen

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User: Choose the sentence in which the verb has a direct object. A. I walked away. B. They won the game. C. George was furious. D. She is insecure.

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Choose the sentence in which the verb has a direct object. A. I walked away. B. They won the game. C. George was furious. D. She is insecure.
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The school bus finally arrived at the museum. uses prepositions correctly.
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Which of the following is true regarding a restrictive adjectival clause? A. It will be set off by commas. B. It will typically include the relative pronoun which. C. It will follow a general noun and is not set off by commas. D. It will follow a proper noun.
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How could you combine the following two sentences into a complex sentence with a dependent adjectival clause? The boy wore a green coat. He carried his sister home. A. The boy carried home his sister's green coat. B. The boy wore a green coat, and he carried his sister home. C. The boy wore a green coat; he carried his sister home. D. The boy who wore a green coat carried his sister home.
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The sentences combined into a complex sentence with a dependent adjective clause: The boy who wore a green coat carried his sister home.


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