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10. Which sentence includes a compound-word preposition? A. There was no one at home but me. B. The lightning struck from out of the blue. C. Don't come along on my account. D. The younger boys decided to play tag.
B. The lightning struck from out of the blue - - includes a compound-word preposition.
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