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A restrictive clause is one that A. should be set off by commas. B. usually occurs at the beginning of a sentence. C. limits the meaning of the word it describes. D. functions as an adverb.
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User: A restrictive clause is one that A. should be set off by commas. B. usually occurs at the beginning of a sentence. C. limits the meaning of the word it describes. D. functions as an adverb.

Weegy: A restrictive clause limits the meaning of the word it describes.
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User: Which sentence uses the passive voice? A. The rain continued until dawn. B. John searched for a job. C. Lies destroy friendship. D. The tree was planted by Mary.

Weegy: The sentence that uses the passive voice is: The tree was planted by Mary.
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User: What does the use of ellipses indicate in a piece of writing? A. Missing words in a quotation B. An error in the original text C. An upcoming question D. A statement made with great emotion

Weegy: The use of ellipses in a piece of writing indicates: Missing words in a quotation.
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User: Gerund phrases always end in –ing and are used as A. adjectives. B. pronouns. C. adverbs. D. nouns.

Weegy: Gerund phrases always end in -ing and are used as: nouns.
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User: Find the quotient of 5/31 divided by 15/23. Reduce your answer to the lowest fraction. A. 115/465 B. 93/23, or 41/23 C. 75/373 D. 23/93

Weegy: (5/31) / (15/23)
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User: A store is offering a 20% discount on all sales over $50. If you purchase a shirt and a pair of jeans for $62.50, what is the amount of the discount you would receive? A. $50.00 B. $15.63 C. $10.00 D. $12.50

Weegy: The store is offering a 20% discount on all sales over $50. If you purchase a shirt and a pair of jeans for $62.50, the amount of the discount you would receive is $12.50 , 62.50* 20% = 62.50*0.20 = $12.50
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User: What is the sum of 1/9, 2/3, and 5/18? A. 12/9 B. 4/15 C. 19/18 D. 8/30

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1/9 + 2/3 + 5/18 = 2/18 + 12/18 + 5/18 = 19/18
The sum of 1/9, 2/3, and 5/18 is 19/18.
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