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Select the sentence that is punctuated correctly
1 The neighors' new dog is small, quiet, and sky.

2 The neighbors' new dog is small quiet and shy.

3 The neighbors' new dog is, small quiet and shy

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    I'll be glad to check your answer.

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    May, I please ask is it False

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    This is a multiple choice question. Didn't you read it before you posted????

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    Jackie. This is not a true/false question.

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