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Question #1
Is the following sentence written correctly? Yes or no?
1. “Hey,” he asked, “who are they?”
2. “No,” she said “that is not painful.”
3. “His mother, he said, “is taking night classes”.
4. “Mother,” he asked. “May I go out”?

1.)no 2.) no 3.) no 4.) yes


Question #2
Does the following sentence have proper pronoun-antecedent agreement? Yes or No?
1. The football team needed to work on his throws.
2. Doctors should encourage their patients to eat healthier.
3. The students cheered when she heard school was ending early.

1.)no 2.) yes 3.) no

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    Rethink Q1.

    You're right for Q2.

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    #1

    "Hey," he asked, "who are they?" this is not written correctly because "who" should be capitalized into "Who"

    "No," she said "that is painful." this could be correct, but shouldn't there be a comma after said?

    "His mother, he said, "is taking night classes". This is wrong because the it should be: classes." instead of classes". Also "is" should be capitalize into "Is"

    "Mother," he asked. "May I go out"? This is wrong because there shouldn't be a period and the question mark should be in the quotations instead of outside.

    Question 1 only #2 might be written correctly?

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