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Homework Help: english

Posted by peter on Friday, April 1, 2011 at 10:20am.

Section I: Make all necessary corrections to the following sentences. If a sentence has no errors, mark it correct as written:

I did it but need reassurance.
first sentence is teachers the second one is mine.

1. Iíve always wanted to go to college, it is something my mother wished she had done.
1. I have always wanted to go to college; it is something my mother wished she had done.
2. A wise consumer shops carefully to make the best possible use of their money.
2. A wise consumer shops carefully to make the best possible use of its money.
3. A childs life should focus on daily routines that provide fun and education.
3. A child's life should focus on daily routines that provide fun and education.
4. I am not sure what affect the medication will have on my ability to concentrate.
4. I am not sure of what effects will the medication have on my ability to concentrate.
5. The power was out for two days most of the food in my refrigerator spoiled.
5. The power was out for two days. Most of the food in my refrigerator spoiled.
6. Yet could find only part-time employment.
6. Yet, I could only find part-time employment.

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