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A reader can usually recognize a sentence fragment because the reader is A. puzzled where to stop reading. B. not sure where details apply. C. confused by too many words. D. left asking questions.
A reader can usually recognize a sentence fragment because the reader is left asking questions.
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Why were many Eastern European nations considered to be ruled by puppet regimes after World War II? A. Their governments were controlled indirectly by the United States. B. They refused to form modern governments. C. Their governments were controlled indirectly by the Soviet Union. D. Their government were really controlled by a secret group of business leaders.
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Many Eastern European nations were considered to be ruled by puppet regimes after WWII because their governments were controlled indirectly by the Soviet Union.
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What event brought the United States into World War II? A. The attack on Pearl Harbor B. The sinking of American ships by German submarines C. The sinking of the Maine D. An attack on Puerto Rico
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The attack on Pearl Harbor brought the U.S. into WWII.
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Which of the following was an outcome of the Potsdam Conference? A. All of Germany was to be under United States control. B. Japan was to be divided into four occupation zones. C. Germany was to be divided into four occupation zones. D. All of Japan was to be under Soviet control.
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Germany was to be divided into four occupation zones was an outcome of the Potsdam Conference.
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What move made by Hitler in 1936 violated the Treaty of Versailles? A. He helped the Nazi Party take control of Germany. B. He had a military. C. He traded with foreign nations. D. He moved military forces into the Rhineland.
Weegy: He moved military forces into the Rhineland is move made by Hitler in 1936 that violated the Treaty of Versailles. User: What part of the Agricultural Adjustment Act was considered controversial? A. The fact that farmers were receiving help B. The fact that farmers were paid for destroying crops C. The fact that farmers refused to sell to cities D. The fact that conservation was stressed (More)
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The fact that farmers were paid for destroying crops was the part of the Agricultural Adjustment Act considered controversial.
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The _______ was the alliance of Germany, Italy, and Japan during World War II. A. Axis Powers B. Iron Curtain C. German Pact D. Allied Powers
Weegy: The Axis Powers was the alliance of Germany, Italy, and Japan during World War II. User: Which of the following was a way Americans on the home front sacrificed to aid the war effort in World War II? A. Rationing B. Forgoing leisure time C. Forming neighborhood militias D. Going to bed early Weegy: Rationing was a way Americans on the home front sacrificed to aid the war effort in World War II. User: What was the result of the Bonus March? A. The protestors were bought off with half of the promised bonus. B. Protestors were driven out by force. C. The protestors gave up after a week of protest. D. The protestors got their bonus money early. Weegy: Protestors were driven out by force. -Was the result of the Bonus March. (More)
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