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Identify the grammatically correct sentence below: a. Laughter are the best medicine. c. I’d rather be fishing. b. Its raining cats and dogs outside! d. Jack and Jill had went up the hill. Please select the best answer from the choices provided A B C D
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The grammatically correct sentence is: I’d rather be fishing.
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The grammatically correct sentence is:
I’d rather be fishing.
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