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Which sentence is correctly punctuated?
A) This test, in my opinion, is easy.
B) This test in my opinion is easy.
C) This test, in my opinion is easy.
D) This test in my opinion, is easy.

I answered C

  • Grammar -

    Nope. Please try again. Think about interrupting phrases and how they are punctuated.

  • Grammar -

    If we move the prepositional phrase to the front, we get In my opinion, this test is easy. Thus, where do the commas go?

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