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(1) To James, good form came above all else. (2) Therefore, on being introduced to Lady Weathers, he bowed, took her hand, and kissed it lightly. (3) Then, glancing upward at Lady Weathers's face, he saw a look of consternation. (4) Blushing with embarassment, James noticed the morsel of green on the back of her hand. (5) Gasping out awkward apologies, James excused himself and rushed to the restroom. (6) Gazing into the mirror, he discovered bits of parsley on his front teeth. (7) Frowning with disgust, James saw he had been made a fool of by an ineptly consumed canapé. (8) "Well," he thought to himself, "Tommorow is another day." (9) But, from that day, he realized that good form was best tempered by caution or, at least, a wiser choice of finger food.

19. Which two sentences contain misspelled words?

A. Sentences 7 and 8
B. Sentences 4 and 8
C. Sentences 6 and 8
D. Sentences 2 and 4

this one has to be b but my cousin thinks its wrong/

  • english -

    B is the correct answer.

    In 4, it should be "embarrassment."

    In 8, it should be "Tomorrow."

  • english -

    It's B

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