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1. which of the following sentences is grammatically correct?
A. The student wrote too slow to finish the exam, but he has always been a slowly writer.
B. The student wrote too slow to finish the exam, but he has always been a slow
writer.
C. The student wrote too slowly to finish the exam, but he has always been a slowly writer.
D. The student wrote too slowly to finish the exam, but he has always been a slow writer.

2. Which of the following sentences would most likely to be found in an email from a professor to her biology students at a collage?
A. Traffic on Highway 32 will be rerouted to Main Street during renovation of the 7th Street Bridge.
B. I didn’t get any constructive feedback on my paper during the peer review last week.
C. We want to go out for dinner, but we haven’t decided where to eat yet.
D. Research groups from the 10:30 a.m. Tuesday class should meet in the library this week.

i think 1)A , 2)C

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  1. Yccchhh! Both are wrong. It's sad because you obviously didn't even read the questions.

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  2. Is 1) C and 2) D right?

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  3. Yes.

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  4. I'm a bit confused on #1. Answer C just doesnt sound right when you say it, specifically the " But he has always been a slowly writer" part. Can you please explain the difference between C and D and why the answer is C and not D? I'm just trying to understand it, Thank you.

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