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Which word is correctly divided for breaking at the end of a line? a-lmost re-gret mo-isture gr-easy
re-gret is correctly divided for breaking at the end of a line.
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re-gret is correctly divided for breaking at the end of a line.
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In which sentence is the modifier high correctly used? The top of the building was more higher than I expected. The top of the building was highest than I expected. The top of the building was more high than I expected. The top of the building was higher than I expected.
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The top of the building was higher than I expected.
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The scholars busied _____ studying the castle’s library. Which reflexive pronoun agrees with the antecedent in the sentence? ourselves himself itself themselves
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The scholars busied themselves studying the castle's library.
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In which sentence is the underlined modifier in the comparative degree? Several seaside towns grew quickly. The seaside settlements grew most quickly. Seaside towns grew more quickly than inland towns.
Weegy: Seaside towns grew more quickly than inland towns. -has the modifier in the comparative degree. (More)
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I was very moved by the speech. In fact, I almost started crying. Which is the best way to combine the sentences using a semicolon? I was very moved by the speech in fact; I almost started crying. I was very moved by the speech; in fact, I almost started crying. I was very moved by the speech; In fact, I almost started crying.
Weegy: This combines the sentences using a semicolon is: I was very moved by the speech; in fact, I almost started crying. User: Which sentence shows correct punctuation? The grass which we thought had died during the drought has started to grow again. The grass, which we thought had died during the drought has started to grow again. The grass which we thought had died during the drought, has started to grow again. The grass, which we thought had died during the drought, has started to grow again. (More)
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The correctly punctuated sentence is: The grass, which we thought had died during the drought, has started to grow again.
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