Urgent Language Arts~!
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In the following sentence, "Abraham Lincoln was a widely admired politician,” which statement is correct? (1 point)
Add a hyphen between widely and admired.
Add a hyphen between admired and politician.
Add a hyphen between Lincoln and was.
No hyphen is needed.
In which of the following cases are quotation marks not necessary? (1 point)
to enclose the title of a song
to enclose an indirect quotation
to enclose parts of a divided quote
to enclose a word-for-word quotation
In the following sentence, where is a colon needed?
There are three candidates Barbara, Ursula, and Kendra. (1 point)
Where is a semicolon needed to fix the following run-on sentence?
He ordered soup I ordered a sandwich. (1 point)
between ordered and soup
between I and ordered
between soup and I
between ordered and a
Which of the following compound words is spelled incorrectly? (1 point)
Which of the following is an example of an acronym? (1 point)
Borrowed words are a result of (1 point)
children not knowing the correct word to use.
language becoming more technical.
contact between two cultures.
misspellings of foreign words.
The original meaning of the word awesome is "inspiring great admiration or fear." Which of the following is the best synonym of the word as it is used most commonly today? (1 point)
The word telephone comes from the French words télé-, meaning “far" and phone, meaning "sound." Which of the following words does not derive from the word phone? (1 point)
Are these correct Ms. Sue???
All are correct except 10 and 11.
My new Answers-
Ok umm did I get them right now??
Yes! They're all correct now. :-)
THANK YOU! :)
Actuley, #14 is A.
Earthquake is spelled correctly.