Punctuating Sentences check please

The rainbow stretched across the sky from the ice cream truck to the house down the lane.

Between the sixth and seventh floors of the building in the stairwell over in the corner.

Punctuating Sentences I am not sure if I did them correctily would someone please check for me and explain to me what i missed

The rainbow stretched across the sky from the ice cream truck , to the house down the lane.

Between the sixth and seventh floors of the building ,in the stairwell ,over in the corner.


The rainbow stretched across the sky from the ice cream truck to the house down the lane.

Between the sixth and seventh floors of the building in the stairwell over in the corner.

Punctuating Sentences I am not sure if I did them correctily would someone please check for me and explain to me what i missed

The rainbow stretched across the sky from the ice cream truck , to the house down the lane.

Between the sixth and seventh floors of the building ,in the stairwell ,over in the corner.

The first sentence is correct as originally written. No comma is necessary in this sentence.

The second group of words is not a sentence. To complete it, you need to tell what happened; all you have is the location, but no subject or verb.



the second sentence would be better if it was
The ball bounced between the sixth and seventh floors of the building in the stairwell over in the corner.



Yes. That makes it a sentence. And it's punctuated correctly.


I don't understand waht an Punctuating Sentence is


Long good from time to time but too many may cause you to forget information you have just recently leaned over a period of time.


The goose bit the mailman on the leg.


you have some very constructive criticize.


Please see if I completed this excerise correctly.
1. For the seventh time,
My answer: For the seventh time, the package will be mailed Monday.
2.Friday nights at the diner were always busy, I prefer the activity.
My answer: I prefer the acitivity at the diner on Friday nights because it is always busy.

Thanks for a quick response. Donna

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what is the correct punctuation that should be used for this sentence?
The goose bit the mailman on the leg

With five gallons of gas.

Friday nights at the diner were always busy, I prefer the activity.

My car was not running right with five gallons of gas therefore, I had to fill it all the way up.

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  1. the boy is crying

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  2. with five gallons of gas.
    2. because the store was closed.
    3. for the seventh time.
    5.since i started taking college classes.
    5.she drove the car right into the garage.
    6.when the garage door was closed.

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  3. if it is not a sentence, write a subject that makes sense.

    Blizzards on the Great Plains are severe.

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  5. Is this punctuation correct:

    "Can I come over to your house after school today?" asked Jack.

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  6. I had to read the book for the seventh time.

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  7. what is punctuating sentences?

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  8. Jen and his friend dill wanted to see boo radley.

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  9. the rainbow stretched across the sky from the ice cream truck to the house down the lane. punctuating sentences

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  10. between the sixth floors of the buiding in the stairwell over in the corner

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  12. John Murphy is an excellent pianist from Houston, Texas, who can also play the flute, the sax, and even the drums.

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  13. I have some phrases I need help with:
    1: It's a lot of work.
    2: Don't aggravate me.
    3: I like movies a lot.
    4: she is smarter then he is.
    which of the questions are correct?

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  14. What a delirious feeling?
    Keep me falling in love, with you
    It brings so much healing at such,
    To my heartache, and it's so sweet.


    This pleasure: come as a treasure.
    It's gives my mind, no length of measure
    And your soul, found favours in my eyes
    I cannot deny: whatever pleases my heart
    You are that something, that I do wanted


    What a crazy touching?
    That always making me smiling
    It's pretty sexy,and it make live amazing
    For living, instead of dying


    This pleasure: come as a treasure.
    It's gives my mind, no length of measure
    And your soul, found favours in my eyes
    I cannot deny: whatever pleases my heart
    You are that something, that I do wanted


    This wonderful feeling:is flowing
    continuously just as a water fall, into a river

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