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Which sentence needs an apostrophe added to be correct? A. You are not going to believe what I saw on the way home today. B. Your name is spelled almost exactly like mine. C. Your locker is the third one down on the left, Marcie. D. Youre going to need another blanket when you go camping
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Youre going to need another blanket when you go camping. This sentence needs an apostrophe added to be corrected.
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