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read the following question:

Brian,would you please take that binder to Mrs.Smith with the red cover?
What is the best way to correct the misplaced modifier in the above sentence?
A. Brian,would you please take that binder with the red cover to Mrs.Smith?
B.Brian would you please with the red cover take that binder to Mrs.Smith
C.Would you please take that binder to Mrs.Smith with the red cover,Brian?
D.Would you please,Brian,take that binder to Mrs.Smith with the red cover?

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    What is your answer?

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    Is it a

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    A .

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