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Use the sentence to answer the question.

Millie might not be able to attend the play tonight because she still has to find someone to watch her two year old daughter for the night.

Which version of the sentence corrects the error in the compound adjective?
Millie might-not be able to attend the play tonight because she still has to find someone to watch her two year old daughter for the night.

Millie might not be able to attend the play tonight because she still has to find someone to watch her two-year-old daughter for the night.

Millie might not be able to attend the play to-night because she still has to find someone to watch her two year old daughter for the night.

Millie might not be able to attend the play tonight because she still has to find someone to watch her two year old-daughter for the night.

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  1. I'll check your answer if you post it.

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  2. Millie might not be able to attend the play tonight because she still has to find someone to watch her two-year-old daughter for the night.

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  3. need the full answers for the test

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  4. Correct.

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  5. We don't give away answers here, even if we knew what you were referring to.

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  6. Which sentence demonstrates correct placement of an adverb modifying an adjective?(1 point)

    Never, the lost driver checked the map.
    The organized drawer made her smile perfectly.
    The redwood tree was incredibly tall.
    The energetic dog very barked.
    i picked the 3rd one

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  7. I agree.

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  8. bruhh f that teacherr

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  9. you either say correct or you agree my dude

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