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1. Reading is essential for becoming a savvy member of one's community, and writing is essential for expressing one's viewpoint effectively in that community.
A. Compound sentence.
B. parallel compound sentences.
C. 3 point topic sentence, with good parallelism.
D. run-on sentence.
E. fragment.
F. simple sentence with a compound subject.
G. compound-complex sentence.

2. I came, I saw, and she conquered all my fears. We laughed, we cried, and we loved throughout the years.
A. Compound sentence.
B. parallel compound sentences.
C. 3 point topic sentence, with good parallelism.
D. run-on sentence.
E. fragment.
F. simple sentence with a compound subject.
G. compound-complex sentence.

3. The current standoff in Congress has resulted in each side entrenching itself in its own viewpoint; this impasse may ultimately result in a government shutdown if both sides cannot come to a reasonable agreement.
A. Compound sentence.
B. parallel compound sentences.
C. 3 point topic sentence, with good parallelism.
D. run-on sentence.
E. fragment.
F. simple sentence with a compound subject.
G. compound-complex sentence.

1. E
2.F
3.A
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    1. A
    2. E
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    2.G
    3.D

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