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The waterfall rushed down the steep hillside.

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ok, so i'm doing a report on erno rubik, the inventor of the rubix cube, and mom gets a bunch of info for me, ok, then she sez to answer the questions she put on there. so i read then i answer the questions out loud, then mom says Quote:"ITS A PRESENTATION, YOU HAVE TO PRESENT...

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I was graduated last March 2011. Is this a correct grammar?

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The plan was to quickly attack England and afterwards Turkey. Is the sentence correct?

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She is fascinated to monkeys. Or She is fascinated by monkeys? Which do I use? To or By?

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Select the correctly punctuated sentence. A) The implant was ruptured, it was removed, the capsule was irrigated. B) The implant was ruptured it was removed, the capsule was irrigated. C) The implant was ruptured, it was removed the capsule was irrigated. My answer is b

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Hydrogen react with ..... Or Hydrogen react to...... Do I use with or to?

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Hydrogen does not react with..... or Hydrogen does not react to........ Which is correct? Do I use with or to?

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Please help! I have been working on this for two weeks! I have read the book several times. I need to turn this is soon. I took all of your suggestions into consideration and basicallly rewrote the entire paragraph. Please review again... thanks This is the assignment: ...

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What is the verb in this sentence? Unlike rita, she had very few friends.

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"Will you lend me seven dollars for my lunch today? " asked Shannon. Is there a question mark after today or a comma

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There are no bruits auscultated.

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Which of the following combines the sentences below by coordinating? Senate pages may be between fourteen and seventeen years old. Pages in the House must be high school juniors or seniors. A.Senate pages may be between fourteen and seventeen years old, while pages in the ...

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Identify the word or words the best describes the underlined(in parentheses) word for the question (Comparing the two essays), it is obvious that one relied on more thorough research. A.prepositional phrase B.participial phrase C.gerund phrase D.infinitive phrase I think the ...

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Please help! I have this assignment and really don’t know where to begin! Please let me know all my mistakes like grammar, spelling, punctuation, sentences and any other mistakes which you think I have made. Thank you all so very much in advance!!! I would really appreciate ...

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Plural possesive of Mr. Valdez. (i.e., Mr. Valdez's performance at work....)

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their are children waiting in the lobby what is the simple subject

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Which of the following sentences displays a correct use of punctuation? A.The Dutch master, Rembrandt, is famous for his self-portraits. B.The Dutch master Rembrandt is famous for his self-portraits. C.The Dutch master Rembrandt, is famous for his self-portraits Pretty sure ...

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Which of the following sentences does NOT contain a dangling modifier? A.Torn from its moorings, the high wind drove the boat onto the rocks. B.Imported in the last century, the people on Easter Island outnumber the horses. C.The Stanleys moved into the house, although it was...

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Sam confidently placed th oars in their locks and started to pull, but we didn't move. Do I need a comma after but in th above sentence?

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A compound ________ is 2 or more simple sentences/complete thoughts (independent clauses) connected by a comma and a conjunction (e.g., and, or, but) or by a semicolon and no conjunction. A) clause B) phrase C) sentence I answered c

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If it tells you more about a noun, it’s a/an ________. A) adjective B) adverb C) noun D) pronoun E) verb I answered d

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The ________ is what the sentence is about. A) predicate B) subject C) sentence D) subject I answered Subject

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An adjective can be either one word or a group of words. True or False

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If it tells you where something is in relation to something else, it is a/an ________. A) conjunction B) preposition I answered A

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For a sentence to be complete, it must be a complete thought and have two parts. The second part it must have is a/n ________. A) predicate B) subject C) subject I answered with A

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Grammatically speaking, a/an ________ is a group of 2 or more words that does not contain a subject or a verb. A) clause B) phrase C) sentence I answered b

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state of being ________ simply shows that something exists. A) adjective B) adverb C) noun D) pronoun E) verb I say it could be E

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A relative pronoun is a connector, and the most commonly used relative pronouns are “that,” “which,” “who,” “whom,” “whose,” “whoever,” and “whomever.” True or False I answerd True

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The phrase or word introduced by the preposition is called the ________of the preposition. A) link B) object C) subject I answered B

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A/an ________ and a connector is the same thing. A) conjunction B) preposition I answere B

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The object of the preposition is ________ a noun when we define a noun as a person or thing, a proper name, a pronoun, or a gerund. A) always B) never C) sometimes I answered Sometimes

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The verb with all its modifiers is the complete ________. A) predicate B) subject I answered Predicate

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A noun can be either one word or a group of words. True or False I know this ones got to be false

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A verb can be one word or a group of words. True or False I said false

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A simple __________ expresses one complete thought (one independent clause) with one subject and one predicate. A) clause B) phrase C) sentence I answered c, although I think it could be B also

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A/an ________ is a sentence that is created by joining two independent clauses with a comma. A) comma splice B) fragment C) run-on I answered A

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A/an ________ has a different form depending on how it is used. A) adjective B) adverb C) noun D) pronoun E) verb I answered d

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A main ________ shows action and has a meaning on its own. A) adjective B) adverb C) noun D) pronoun E) verb I said A for my answer

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The subject of the sentence is sometimes a prepositional phrase. True or False I say true as my answer

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Cowardice die many times before their death but brave once

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Social history revealed that he lives with his aunt and uncle does not smoke or chew tobacco and reported drinking to intoxication once a month. My answer is; Social history revealed that he lives with his aunt and uncle, does not smoke or chew tobacco and reported drinking to...

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She experienced fever anorexia weakness and right-sided chest pain. I say the correct punctuation for this sentece is; She experienced fever, anorexia, weakness and right-sided chest pain.

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Explain what is wrong with the following sentence and revise as needed to correct the problem: “I saw mountains of uncollected trash walking along the city streets.”

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Explain what is wrong with the following sentence and make any corrections if necessary: “Neither the mouse nor the rats could find its way through the maze

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Identify which of the two sentences below contains a verb agreement error. Then, explain how to correct the problem. a. Among the guests was a private detective. b. Neither of those mattresses feel comfortable

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If you wish to (commend,command) learn to away

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"He kicks his feet in the water." What are the nouns

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What are the nouns in the sentence whales have brains as big as watermelons.

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Which is correct? British powerful army Or British's powerful army I think the first one is right.

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After he rests from a golfing trip, this pain goes away. A) complete sentence B) fragment C) run-on I say it is a fragment because shouldn't it say "his pain goes away"?

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The patient denies any cardiac symptoms, angina, shortness of breath, any infectious disease, any bleeding disorder, or any pulmonary disorders. A) complete sentence B) fragment C) run-on I say its a complete sentence:)

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Abdomen was nondistended. A) complete sentence B) fragment C) run-on My answer was b

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The patient's ultrasound showed dilated gallbladder with no stones present, this was consistent with cholecystitis. A) complete sentence B) fragment C) run-on I answerwed A

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It seems to be worse when he plays golf, it does not bother him when he bowls. A) complete sentence B) fragment C) run-on It sounds like a fragment but yet a run on

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This is a young woman whom I have treated for depression, she was last seen a year ago. A) complete sentence B) fragment C) run-on I say it sounds like a run-on

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Today painful and swollen such that he cannot fish. A) complete sentence B) fragment C) run-on I answered b

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He was started on hydration and IV antibiotics. A) complete sentence B) fragment C) run-on I answered this one A too

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He is an elderly man in no apparent distress, he is somewhat short of breath. A) complete sentence B) fragment C) run-on I say it is a run-on

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He was treated towards the end of December for upper respiratory infection with Robitussin with codeine cough syrup, he feels significantly better. A) complete sentence B) fragment C) run-on I say C

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Abdomen was soft, obese, nontender, except in the location of the hernia, which was approximately 7 x 5 cm just to the right of midline. A) complete sentence B) fragment C) run-on I answered A

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He was tender in the right upper quadrant. A) complete sentence B) fragment C) run-on Seems complete but I answered it b

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The patient is to use medications as directed and to return to the emergency room if he continues to have diarrhea. A) complete sentence B) fragment C) run-on This to me looks like a complete sentence

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The heart catheterization indicated some abnormality of the heart muscle, this may have possibly been a blood clot. A) complete sentence B) fragmet C) run-on I say it is A

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Insulin, Celebrex, and Accupril, which he is just finishing. A) complete sentence B) fragment C) run-on I answered B

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The risks, benefits, and alternatives to this procedure, including the risk of bleeding, infection, injury to adjacent organs, and death were explained to the patient. A) complete sentence B) fragment C) run-on Seems like it could be A and the C because it's such a long sentence

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Returns now complaining of increase in depression over the past several months, resulting in an emergency room visit. A) complete sentence B) fragment C) run-on Who returns is my first thought, I answered it as B..

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With a plan of possible surgery in the immediate future given his diabetes. A) complete sentence B) fragment C) run-on This seems like a big fragment to me, but

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Bring records to followup. A) complete sentence B) fragment C) run-on seems to me it would be B, but could be A too

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The patient was admitted to the floor for abdominal pain and diarrhea, initial diagnosis was a possible small-bowel obstruction. A) complete sentence B) fragment C) run-on Seems like C would be the best answer as a run-on

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Risk factors that are involved. A) complete sentence B) fragment C) run-on To me this seems like a fragment, because what risk factors? If it is A then I was way wrong

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Lungs clear to auscultation. A) complete sentence B) fragment C) run-on I say it is complete So A would be my answer.

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This patient is alert, conscious, cooperative, in no acute distress, stable, and oriented times 3. A) complete sentence B) fragment C) run-on I want to say A but think it is C

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The gallbladder is partially filled with many small stones, they are mobile. A) complete sentence B) fragment C) run-on This is tricky too, shouldn't it say "and they are" to be complete? I say it is b or c

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It was hard/firm, nonreducible, there were no bowel sounds within the hernia. A) complete sentence B) fragment C) run-on It does sound like it could be A, but at the same time it sounds like a fragment

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He was breathing somewhat quickly, his respiratory rate was 36. A) complete sentence B) fragment C) run-on C is my answer because shouldn't it say "and his"

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The patient's father died at age 69 of an MI, the patient's mother died at age 67 of diabetes and apparently a related stroke. A) complete sentence B) fragment C) run-on I say it is c, especially with the mother part

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A lot of time thinking about how poorly she is doing. A) complete sentence B) fragment C) run-on This has got to be a fragment...it doesn't discribe who and why

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I told him that I can find no sign of infection at this time, we will treat him with a decongestant. A) complete sentence B) fragment C) run-on Sounds like a complete sentence, but it could be a run-on that could be fixed with "and we will treat him"?

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After a laparoscopic procedure was unsuccessful. A) complete sentence B) fragment C) run-on Sounds like a fragment, explains very little that would be my best answer.

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The patient tolerated the procedure well without any complications. A) complete sentence B) fragment C) run-on To me it is a, a complete sentence..

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Generalized fatigue with body aches and pains. A) complete sentence B) fragment C) run-on my answer is b because it doesn't explain very much..

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She states that she has developed aches and pains and feels very tired and is not able to walk, she also suffers from muscle cramps. A) complete sentence B) fragment C) run-on See I would say this reminds me of a comma splice but also a run-on. So I say c is the best answer..

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She is a pleasant 18-year-old female who states that she was at a pub where she was eating and actually fell while holding a tray and rolled her ankle. A) complete sentence B) fragment C) run-on Seems to me to be a run-on because of all the ands..

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An example would be. This one is harder to tell A) complete sentence B) fragment C) run-on I want to say it is b a fragment..

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The patient is to follow up in the surgery clinic. A) complete sentence B) fragment C) run-on I think it is a(a complete sentence)

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We will teach him to take a pulse today, and he will record his fast pulse rates and when this occurs and what he is doing. a. complete sentence b. fragment c. run-on

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Which one would be correct? "We have to answer the question, right?" "We have to answer the question right?" Thank you.

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several lab studies are being performed because its or it's necessary for appropriate treatment. which its or it's should be used.

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I did this for chemistry. Are the examples and grammar correct? THANK YOU SO MUCH TO WHOEVER ACTUALLY TAKES THE TIME TO READ THIS I LOVE YOU OMG. Naming Chemical Compounds By: Bryce R The periodic table is made up of the most simplest and complex elements. These elements ...

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Sensory was intact to light touch, proprioception, and pinprick.

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I have to annotate the text of Martin Luther King Jr Letter from Birmginham Jail. Look for: •Appeals (ethos, pathos, logos) •Call to actions •Structure of text •Diction •Sentence structure •Any other rhetorical device employed by King How do I annotate structure of...

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Josh Lozier's football pants were to long, so they had to be altered. Is this a run on sentence?

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Is this sentence correct? The shampoo was concentrated, therefore I only used a little bit.

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how to do the change boring verbs and ordinary adjectives

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Please answer it quick i don't have a lot of time to wait for the answer!

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Does the sentence make sense: Sweat formed on the palms of my hands.

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Do I use to or for? The company was a great success (to, for) Florida.

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He was arrested and, despite being in handcuffs, managed to escape from custody.

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I haven't heard from you in a long time Write to me How is your family We'redoing fine in Wisconsin Spring is here and it's a lot warmer now Everyone is wearing shorts to school because it's sixty degrees I can't wait for summer You have to see my new skateboard It's the ...

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