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Identify the sentence that is punctuated correctly.
A. Here is our check, Mr. Vons, for $7.35.
B. Here is our check Mr. Vons, for $7.35.
C. Here is our check, Mr. Vons for $7.35.
D. Here is our check Mr. Vons for $7.35.
c

  1. Ms. Sue

    The answer is not C.

  2. Ms. Sue

    Please study your text. D is not right either.

    Remember, Susan, you're addressing Mr. Vons,

  3. Susan

    so its A

  4. Ms. Sue

    Yes. A is right.

  5. Susan

    yay!!

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