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Which sentence below contains a correctly used modifier in italics? A. The sauce tasted bitterly, and I couldn't swallow it. B. I feel goodly now that I'm over the flu. C. He spoke sharply to his sister. D. Joe looked sad at his broken bike.
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User: Which sentence below contains a correctly used modifier in italics? A. The sauce tasted bitterly, and I couldn't swallow it. B. I feel goodly now that I'm over the flu. C. He spoke sharply to his sister. D. Joe looked sad at his broken bike.

Weegy: Its A. I feel goodly now that I'm over the flu.
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The sentence with a correctly used modifier is: He spoke sharply to his sister.
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