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Identify the incorrectly punctuated sentence.

a. Edwin is going out to dinner and to the movies.
b. Anne is going with him, but she is not ready.
c. She needs to put on gloves, a scarf, and a hat.
d. He washed his hair brushed his teeth, and shined his shoes.***

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  1. Yep!

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  2. no, there should be a comma after hair. the correct answer is c

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  3. oh nm

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