# English

For questions 6–10, write the label I for incorrect if the sentence is missing one or more apostrophes. If the sentence is correct, write the label C for correct.

6. Have you ever tried to read documents from early America?

7. Many times the ss look like fs.

8. The numbers can also be hard to read.

9. The 1s, 9s, and 6s all look different than ours today.

10. When the years are written without the first digits, such as 04 or 76, it’s hard to know in what year the document was produced.

C
I
C
I
C

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1. All are right except for 10.

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Ms. Sue
2. Ms. Sue is right number 10 is wrong but so number 9.

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3. 6.C
7.I
8.C
9.C
10.I

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4. C
C
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C

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5. nevrmind klynn is right

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6. 6.C
7.I
8.C
9.C
10.I

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7. C I CC I

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8. just took the test these are the answers
C, I, C, C,I

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9. C
I
C
C
I

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10. yea its c i c c i

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11. i Got c i c c i

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12. ugly bob

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13. The answer is C I C C I Just took it!

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14. YourboyyyySmart is correct for #6-10 of connections academy Honors English 1 B - 302402HH Unit 3: The Research Paper Lesson 5: Prewriting: Evaluating Information practice as of March 2021

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15. ^still correct

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