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5.punctuating sentences- Wiithout a doubt, cramming for the test.

Answer - Without a doubt cramming for a test is stressful, when it is done at the last minute.

6. Same - He took the curvr too sharply, it caused and accident.

Answer: He took the curve too sharply, and it caused an accident.

17. Inclusive Language-Talking about people with disabilities and Disease.

Answer: The visually impaired people were downtown for a national conference.

19. Inclusive language-quoting from biased material - The mayors and their wives were invited on a tour of the state buildings.

answer: The mayors[sic] and their wives were invited on a tour of the state buildings.

20. same as above - Back in the 1400s, the laws governing the people were quite specific: "All men shall tithe 10% to the church and pay taxes every six months. All men can attend school unitl they are 16 years of age."

Answer: Back in the 1400's, the laws governing the people [sic] were quite specific, all men shall tithe 10% to the church and pay taxes every six months. All men can attend school unit they are 16 year of age.

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    #5 is good. However, I would leave the clause beginning with "when" off.

    #6 instead of the "comma and", I would put a semi-colon after "sharply".

    # 17 I would put the sentence this way.
    The people downtown were attending a conference for the visually impaired.

    #19... you are implying that there are no female mayors. What about "the mayors and their partners"

    #20 .... I would keep the quotations marks around the quote. Still use the comma after "specific"

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    on #19 it is asking for Inclusive Language-Quoting from Biased Material. The sentence is: The mayors and their wives were invited on a tour of the state building.

    Answer: The mayors and their wives[sic] were invited on a tour of the state buildings.

    #8 Punctuation- colon - Studing is exciting: find something about the subject that interests you, and resolve to become an expert.

    Answer: No change

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