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Homework Help: English(check)

Posted by Anonymous on Thursday, June 21, 2012 at 6:25pm.

Will someone please check my answers. I'm not sure what is the answer for #1. It is just too confusing. ** Italic. ()underlined.

1)Choose the answer that tells how to correct the sentence. If the sentence is correct, choose "correct."
“I’ll make a deal with you,” Dad said. “You clean the attic, and I’ll mow the yard.”

Delete the comma after you.
Delete the period after said.
Lowercase you.

2. The following sentence may have an error in grammar or usage. Parts of the sentence are underlined. Choose the underlined part of the sentence that contains an error. If there is no error, choose "no error."
Glancing over the photo (album, Danika) noticed that in one picture her grandmother was reading an (old, leather) copy of the novel (*War and Peace*)

album, Danika
old, leather
War and Peace<-----
no error

3. Choose the sentence that contains an error in the punctuation of a title.
For the next hour or so, the staff debated the headlines for tomorrow’s *Pittsburgh Herald*.

His poem “Clockwork” is going to be published in the Sunday edition of the *Myburg Gazette*.

This is the one hundredth time that Tracy has sung “The Farmer in the Dell” this morning alone!

I’m going to write a one-act play about you and call it *Impossible*.

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