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1.Which is the BEST way to improve this sentence?
Our leaders believed that was the way to make the country the best it could be.

A. Change believed to believe
B. Change believed to did not believe
C. Change make to made
D. Change could be to could not be

2.What change if any should be made in this sentence?
Our early leaders want people to be able to talk about important issues

A. change want to wanting
B. change want to wanted
C. change want to wants
D. Make no change

3.What change should be made in this sentence?
It says that the government cannot never take away the right of the people to say what they think.

A. replace cannot with could not
B. take out never
C. change thinks to think
D. make no change

4.What change should be made in this sentence?
It means you can speak out against laws you think is unfair.

A. change is to are
B. change is to were
C. change you to we
D. make no change

5.What change if any should be made in this sentence?
You cannot say something untrue to hurt another persons reputation.

A. change something to some thing
B. change untrue to nontrue
C. change persons to person's
D. make no change

6.What change if any should be made in this sentence?
You cannot make speeches in a place such as a shop without the owners permission.

A. change speeches to speeches'
B. change shops to shop's
C. change owners to owner's
D. make no change

My answers:
1.A
2.B
3.B
4.A
5.C
6.C

  • ELA - ,

    Yay! All are correct!

  • ELA - ,

    What change should be made in this sentence?
    I cannot hardly believe that this is our capital.

    F. change cannot to can
    G. change believe to beleive
    H. change capital to capitol
    J. make no change

    J??

  • ELA - ,

    What is the Best way to rewrite this sentence?
    Tea in an unfinished parlor with little furniture.

    A. The women are having tea in an unfinished parlor with little furniture.

    B. Steaming, hot tea in an unfinished parlor with little furniture.

    C. For the women tea in an unfinished parlor with little furniture.

    D. A sunny, spring afternoon that has tea in an unfinished parlor with little furniture.

    B??

  • ELA - ,

    Nope.

    Get rid of the double negative in the sentence.

  • ELA - ,

    On which one?

  • ELA - ,

    Get rid of the double negative in this sentence:

    I cannot hardly believe that this is our capital.

    Your next answer is also wrong.

    This is an incomplete sentence:

    Tea in an unfinished parlor with little furniture.

  • ELA - ,

    The first one is A and the second one is A?

  • ELA - ,

    Yes.

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