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Select correct if the sentence is punctuated correctly. Select incorrect if it is not.

1:Having just broken up with her boyfriend (whom she had known since elementary school), Tasha was not ready for another long-term relationship. Correct***

2:Jim Thorpe 1888 - 1953, an outstanding all-around athlete, was born on a reservation near Prague, Oklahoma. Incorrect***

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  1. I agree with both of your answers.

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    Ms. Sue
  2. Thank you!

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  3. You're welcome.

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    Ms. Sue

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